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alex leslie Jun 12
This book took a thousand years to finish, and poems from it were in so many places over the years..... , , and others... Letting it go was hard but I'm glad it'll finally be out there. Thanks to for being so great to work with.
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The Capilano Review Jun 12
Mark your calendars! TCR’s annual poetry contest opens July 1. $1000 and publication in an upcoming issue up for grabs 👏🏾 submission info and guidelines at . . . . .
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The Capilano Review Jun 6
Please share: The Capilano Review is hiring a Managing Editor! If you're passionate about literature & the arts, super organized, and exceptional with communication and event planning, we'd love to have you join our team:
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The Capilano Review May 28
City of Surrey is looking for their next Poet Laureate!
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Molly Cross-Blanchard May 26
Extended deadline May 31st! Get those subs in, friends 💗💗💗
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The Walrus May 22
Congratulations for winning the 2019 Canada First Novel Award and to youth author Jenniffer Meng for winning the Youth Short Story Category!
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Read Local BC May 23
Tomorrow! Catch Cassandra Blanchard read from her debut poetry collection, FRESH PACK OF SMOKES ()
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The Capilano Review May 22
Replying to @MaracleLee
Yes! Our copy is here and we're so excited!!!
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Gallery Gachet May 22
Block printing workshop - Tue, May 28th, 2-4pm Come one, come all to Gallery Gachet for a block printing workshop. We will be making imagery reflecting the theme of our annual Mad Pride exhibition Mad Honey.
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League of Can. Poets May 16
Today's poem from is mend in the balsam by Mackenzie Ground! Read it here: Never miss tomorrow's poem! Subscribe to at !
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Mark Truscott May 14
Belated thanks for having me, JK! Also, I think I picked the issue of the comprising the first book of Gerry Shikatani's Three Gardens of Andalucia.
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League of Can. Poets May 13
Art, writing, interviews & reviews. Dream-caked and dissident since 1972 - this week is spotlighting ! Today, we're pausing for Brine by Mallory Amirault, read it here:
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The Capilano Review May 11
Find us at to learn how to submit and pick up a poster or magazine for Mother’s Day.
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The Capilano Review May 9
OK, folks, sorry of the confusing last tweet: is at this Saturday, May 11, 2019! Not 2017! See you there 😀
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The Capilano Review May 9
Ha! Thanks Kevin. Off to find the right tweet...
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The Capilano Review May 9
Got a question about publishing? Or maybe about 's next submissions window? We'll be at the Writing & Publishing fair at at this Saturday so come ask us in person! And swing by for some great deals on subscriptions & issues too 😉
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Rachel E. Cargle May 4
Unless the racism is addressed and eradicated in the places you are looking to make ‘diverse’ you are simply bringing people of color into violent and unsafe spaces.
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The Capilano Review May 5
So saddened to hear the news of 's passing. His words, his wisdom, and his kindness touched so many. Thank you, Greg - rest in peace.
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Theytus May 3
Dear Friends, We are saddened today with the news of the passing of the Publisher of Theytus Books, and our dear friend, Greg Younging passed away this morning peacefully with his family around him at the Penticton General Hospital. Our hearts are with his family.
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nakinisowin May 2
The first class I'll teach at UBC is CRWR 220 (Indigenous Creative Writing) in Spring 2020! UBC pals, plz spread the word to your students (open to undergrads outside CRWR too):
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