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Congratulations to the two Short Forms Contest first-place winners and the honourable mention, as chosen by judge Hiromi Goto!

Posted by: Kayi Wong

We're excited to announce the shortlist from our 2018 Short Forms Contest! Here are the six shortlisted short forms pieces, as selected by our esteemed judge Hiromi Goto.

Posted by: Kayi Wong

The long-listed short forms entries are finally here! Due to the changes to our contest calendar last fall, we held two short forms contests in 2018. We will be announcing the shortlisted pieces as chosen by our esteemed judge, Hiromi Goto, next week.

Posted by: Kayi Wong

Join us at Massy Books on Saturday, March 2, 7pm for the launch of Ayelet Tsabari's intimate new memoir in essays, The Art of Leaving. Novelist Gurjinder Basran will lead a conversation with Tsabari about her work.

Posted by: Room Magazine

We're thrilled to announce the 100+ authors, journalists, and activists who will appear in Vancouver from March 8 - 17, 2019 for #GrowingRoom2019. Visit festival.roommagazine.com to learn more!

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We are thrilled to finally share the results of our 2018 Poetry & Fiction Contest! Here's our heartiest of congratulations to the following six writers.

Posted by: Kayi Wong

After much deliberation, our poetry and fiction judges, Vivek Shraya and Zoe Whittall, have determined the shortlists of our 2018 Poetry and Fiction Contest! Congrats to the following thirteen writers whose work—or works—have been chosen.

Posted by: Kayi Wong

Next week, we will be announcing the shortlists of each category, as chosen by judges Zoe Whittall and Vivek Shraya.

Posted by: Kayi Wong

Though the act of writing can be a solitary process, it has the power to transform communities. Vancouver will welcome more than eighty authors from October 15-21, 2018, each invested in societal change. These five events will galvanize anyone interested in knowledgeable, feminist, and principled conversations that fearlessly engage with issues of representation, equality, and more.

Posted by: Rebecca Peng

Laura Anne Harris is a solo performer whose latest show, "Destiny USA," is based on her experiences working as a relay operator for the deaf and hard of hearing. The conversations she heard from strangers across America were at times beautiful, and at times infuriating. Trump says he knows "Real America"? Well, Laura heard it. Also in this episode: how "Nanette" is creating space for more women solo performers, what it's like to be forced to... more

Posted by: Mica Lemiski

Feminism isn’t a concise topic. It’s diverse and nuanced and connects a plentitude of voices across disparate communities. From October 15-21, 2018, the Vancouver Writers Fest will host some of literature’s most insightful feminist thinkers to speak to the many facets of the movement, including these eight notable Festival authors who will address some of society’s most pressing issues in conversations and panel discussions.

Posted by: Rebecca Peng

This is an alarm clock of an episode because it will wake you up—especially if you've ever claimed to be an "Intersectional Feminist." Lutze Segu is a multi-issue social justice activist and practitioner of Black queer Feminism, who discussed the difference between presenting yourself as a feminist, and actually participating in social activism.

Posted by: Mica Lemiski

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  • Room 42.2, Borderlands
    Edited by Rebecca Russell

    In this issue:

    Selina Boan, Jenna Butler, Leonarda Carranza, Carolina Corcoran, Šari Dale, Marisol Diaz, Sarah Ens, Paola Ferrante, Katie Fewster-Yan, Hannah Hackney, Lori Hahnel, Natalie Homer, Liz Iversen, Jac Jenkins, Jaslyn Marshall, Laura McGavin, Emily McKibbon, Alessandra Naccarato, Ezi Odozor, Caitlin Prince, Rebecca Salazar, Ellie Sawatzky, Alysia Sawchyn, Farihah Aliyah Shah, Josephine Sloyan, Tanya R. Ward, jiaqing wilson-yang, Elana Wolff

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