Comedian, writer, and actress Evany Rosen joins Mica Lemiski to talk about her new book, What I Think Happened: An Underresearched History of the Western World. (Pictured: Evany Rosen)
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We are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2017 Poetry and Fiction Contests, as selected by our esteemed judges Jónína Kirton (poetry) and Sigal Samuel (fiction). Please join us in congratulating the authors!
We are thrilled to announce the shortlists of our 2017 Poetry & Fiction Contests! Judges Jónína Kirton and Sigal Samuel selected these pieces from the long lists for special recognition. Please join us in congratulating the authors!
The long-awaited long lists are here! Next week, we will be announcing the shortlists of each category, as chosen by judges Jónína Kirton and Sigal Samuel, so stay tuned!
UBC professors Mandy Len Catron and Carrie Jenkins talk about love and their new books, "How to Fall in Love with Anyone" (Catron) and "What Love Is and What It Could Be" (Jenkins).
Katherena Vermette is a Métis writer from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her collection of poetry, North End Love Songs, won the 2013 Governor General’s Award for Poetry, and her debut novel The Break has won numerous awards and was a Canada Reads 2017 finalist. Most recently, she won the 2017 Canadian Screen Award for her documentary This River.
Why does it seem like every Canadian literary magazine—whether online or in print, or both—sponsors a writing contest? The first in a series on how writing contests function in the Canadian literary community.
As a small, independent literary organization that has operated for over forty years on a shoestring budget, passion, and volunteer labour, every subscription is vital to our existence. We’re hoping to raise at least $5,000 from new (or renewing) subscribers by September 30, 2017.
A podcast about Canadian literature, feminism, and everything in between. New episodes published on the 15th of every month. Hosted by Mica Lemiski. Episode One: Why We Write (featuring poets Selina Boan and Mallory Tater).
A selection of reviews from the 2017 Vancouver Fringe Festival (September 7-17). We'll be adding new reviews throughout the festival, so check back daily for a dose of theatre goodness. Image: Mily Mumford in "Distractingly Sexy."
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Bummed out that you missed our fiction and poetry contests? Not to worry! We've extended the deadline until Sunday, July 30!
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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.