On the Radar: Soft Power by Stewart Cole

 •  October 30

Stewart Cole’s Soft Power questions power in all its forms, reflecting on current attitudes and feelings of helplessness to a future hope for...

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Meg Stainsby Reviews New Memoirs by Elizabeth Hay and Bill Gaston for EVENT 48/1

 •  July 16

  Meg Stainsby Reviews: Elizabeth Hay, All Things Consoled: A Daughter’s Memoir, McClelland & Stewart, 2018 Bill Gaston, Just Let Me Look at...

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Christopher Levenson Reviews Three Poetry Collections for EVENT 48/1

 •  July 16

Christopher Levenson Reviews: Al Rempel, Undiscovered Country, Mother Tongue Publishing, 2018 Harold Hoefle, The Night Chorus,...

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Ginny Ratsoy Reviews New Novels by Maureen Medved and Randy Boyagoda for EVENT 48/1

 •  July 16

  Ginny Ratsoy Reviews: Maureen Medved, Black Star, Anvil Press, 2018 Randy Boyagoda, Original Prin, Biblioasis, 2018 Although American...

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2018 Non-Fiction Contest Winners

 •  March 29

And the winners are… FIRST PLACE ($1,500): ‘Where Things Rise, Unannounced’ by Erin MacNair, North Vancouver, BC SECOND PLACE...

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EVENT’s Annual Fundraising Book Sale!

 •  March 6

Join us March 18th-22nd for our Annual Fundraising Book Sale! We will be set up in the New Westminster concourse at Douglas College all week with...

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Growing Room and the Future of CanLit: Hannah Macready interviews Chelene Knight

 •  February 12

Chelene Knight is the author of the poetry collection Braided Skin and the memoir Dear Current Occupant, winner of the 2018 Vancouver Book...

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Cathy Stonehouse Reviews New Novels by Rachel Giese and Claire Tacon for EVENT 47/3

 •  February 4

Cathy Stonehouse Reviews: Rachel Giese, Boys: What It Means to Become a Man, Patrick Crean Editions, 2018 Claire Tacon, In Search of the Perfect...

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Hilary Turner Reviews New Novels by Suzannah Showler and Kim Moritsugu for EVENT 47/3

 •  February 4

Hilary Turner Reviews: Kim Moritsugu, The Showrunner, Dundurn, 2018 Suzannah Showler, most dramatic ever. the bachelor, ECW Press, 2018 The...

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Aboriginal Voices: Meet the Writers

 •  October 18

EVENT Magazine is thrilled to host the following four unique and talented indigenous writers. Join us on Thursday October 27, 2016 from 7-9pm at...

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