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Grain, the journal of eclectic writing, is a literary quarterly that publishes engaging, diverse, and challenging writing and art.
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The Giller Prize Sep 17
It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you the 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist.
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Grain Magazine Sep 16
Today! Come say hello at on Broadway Avenue!
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Grain Magazine Sep 12
Congratulations to Sylvia Legris! Legris is the winner of the 2014 Lieutenant Governor’s Saskatchewan Artist Award, 2012 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award, 2006 Griffin Poetry Prize & 2006 Pat Lowther award, and a former Editor of Grain.
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David Huebert Sep 7
Super excited to be heading out east for the and a reading with September Sep 25-27. On the 26th at festival launch there's even wine! Come one come all.
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League of Can. Poets Sep 7
is now accepting poetry submissions! Work must be unpublished - individual poems, sequences, or suits up to a maximum of 6 pages. Payment of $50 per page for selected work. Deadline May 31 2019
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Yilin Wang Sep 5
Replying to @angewrig @GrainLitMag
Oh yeah I just had a poem in this summer titled "International Exchange". Guess what it is about 😂😂
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League of Can. Poets Sep 5
is now accepting submissions for the Winter 2019 issue! Submissions can be unpublished poetry in English or translations of poetry into English, maximum of 3 poems. Payment of $50 per page for selected work. Deadline: Sept 30
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Grain Magazine Sep 4
Check out Claire Humphrey’s “Yellowcat” on !
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Wendy McGrath Sep 3
I wrote a poem inspired by my son "Infinity and a Guitar" (in winter 2018 issue). Ah, there is Mary Margaret O'Hara between the lines.
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Grain Magazine Sep 1
Fiction submissions will open Dec 1. Due to various circumstances (staffing changes, increased submissions) we’ve accumulated a backlog of fiction submissions, and our response times have been longer than usual. We apologize for the delay, but know we are working hard to catch up
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Grain Magazine Sep 1
Submissions for poetry and creative nonfiction are now OPEN! Visit our website for submission guidelines!
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Grain Magazine Aug 31
Today is the LAST day to get a two-year subscription for $45 (regular price $55) — only $10 more than a one-year subscription! Celebrate 45 year’s of Grain with us!
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Grain Magazine Aug 29
There are just a few days left to celebrate 45 years of Grain with our sale! Get a two-year subscription for $45 (regular price $55) until August 31st.
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Nightwood Editions Aug 22
We also like to curl up with a brand new book of 😻
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Anita Dolman Aug 20
Was confused for ages re LinkedIn saying I end up in so many farm organizations' searches. Finally realized it's probably b/c is on my publications list...
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Wendy McGrath Aug 17
's on Mary Margaret O'Hara's Miss America helped inspire my poem "Infinity and a Guitar" which appeared in the winter/2018 issue of
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Nisa Malli Aug 16
Dying over this piece from Can I Still Be An Emerging Female Writer If I Don't Know Tarot? 😂
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Yilin Wang Aug 13
My work appears in and this summer alongside some amazing writers including , Evelyn Lau, Alan Hill, and Meg Todd. Thank you for helping me with these poems during workshop 😀
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Susan Aug 11
Excited to have poems in and this summer! Thanks to both.
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Timothy Taylor Aug 9
Thank you endlessly for publishing my first fiction Smoke's Fortune in 1991. I'll never forget the moment the acceptance letter from Geoffrey Ursell arrived. That was the very beginning and I'm grateful.
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