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Poetry. Art. Criticism. Since 1972. Banner image by Riisa Gundesen.
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Qwerty Magazine Feb 15
This is tonight friends! Come join us for a celebration of queer voices as part of Fredericton Winter Pride. And if you can't make it, find our lovely journal here:
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Hiromi Goto Feb 14
Literally, Thank You, Ancestors!!!
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TWUC Dec 5
Emerging writers, we want your unpublished fiction & nonfiction! $2,500 Short Prose Competition for Emerging Writers to be judged by Peter Dubé, & : Get writing! ✍️
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The Capilano Review Feb 12
The Capilano Review and Griffin Art Projects are hosting a Poets Theatre workshop on March 9-10. Come write and perform with us! Spots are limited:
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Jen Sookfong Lee Feb 12
I am so pleased to tell you about the Vancouver launch of Whatever Gets You Through, March 16th at . With contributors , , , and Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarsinha. And me! Pay what you can. XO.
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massybooks Feb 12
February 22nd, bring your little ones out to the launch of Awâsis and the World-Famous Bannock, illustrations by . This sweet and whimsical children’s story celebrates the revitalization of Cree dialects and traditional methods of storytelling.
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VIVEK SHRAYA 🆚 Feb 12
Dear Reviewers! As of tomorrow, galleys for the 1st book I'm publishing through my VS. Books imprint to support emerging IBPOC writers—SHUT UP YOU'RE PRETTY by —will be available. I'm so excited for you to read this book! Request your copy via cynara@arsenalpulp.com.
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Rahila's Ghost Press Feb 11
Author announcement time! A warm RG welcome to Kyla Jamieson () whose debut chapbook, kind of animal, will be published in Spring 2019! (Photo credit: Denis Gutiérrez-Ogrinc)
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The Capilano Review Feb 11
Evan Mauro reviews Global Warming and the Sweetness of Life by Matt Hern, Am Johal, and Joe Sacco () in TCR Winter 2019. Read it now on our website!
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andrea bennett Feb 10
Are you truly a vancouverite if you have not posted a pic of falling snow to yr insta yet today
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The Capilano Review Feb 7
🎉 The wait is over! TCR's Winter 2019 issue is here at long last 🎉 Pick up a copy at , , READ Books @ ECUAD, & other local bookshops or buy at
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Capilano U Library Feb 6
The Library and Creative Writing are hosting a reading by Danielle LaFrance tomorrow, in the Aspen Room (Library) at 11:30am
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The Capilano Review Feb 6
Poetry from Divya Victor in our newest issue—read more on our website & the full poem in 3.37! (Honestly, if you read anything today, I hope it's this. Because oof. What a poem.)
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Room Magazine Feb 1
AND . . . GO! Tickets are now available to reserve for ! Bookings are on a first-come, first-serve basis, and we expect events to sell out. Tell us what you’re excited for—and get booking!
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The Capilano Review Feb 5
Ahh!!! Issue 337 just arrived at headquarters and we couldn't be happier 😭!!!! Launching officially on Thursday—check out all the amazing contributors now and get exciteddddd
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Fence/Books Feb 5
The Winter 2019 issue of , feat. Fence author Divya Victor, plus: Tawahum Justin Bige, Christina & Martha Baillie, Félix Ruiz de la Orden, , nature walks with Mary Chen, T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss, :
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DTES Arts Collective Feb 1
We have a workshop happening today from 4-6 in the Carnegie art room! As always our workshops are open to all trans and cis women, two-spirit and non-binary folks 💗💗💗
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Hiromi Goto Jan 31
Such an honor and a gift to read such a glorious range of narratives, styles, content, form. Thank you for sharing this gift with me. Thank you to everyone who submitted your words. Congratulations!
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The Capilano Review Jan 31
Check it out - Grain is taking submissions for a special issue dedicated to the work of Indigenous writers and storytellers!
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The Capilano Review Jan 30
In conjunction with and their current exhibition "the poets have always preceded," we're hosting a poetry/theatre workshop March 9-10 with Dodie Bellamy and Kevin Killian! Sign up soon as spots are limited:
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