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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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National Magazine Awards 12h
The next issue of is dedicated to the work of Indigenous writers and storytellers, and submissions are now open.
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Grain Magazine Nov 14
Grain is excited to announce a special issue dedicated to the work of Indigenous writers and storytellers, guest edited by Lisa Bird-Wilson (fiction and nonfiction) and Tenille Campbell (poetry)! Visit for submission guidelines.
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Ann Graham Nov 13
Read Alicia Elliott's short story, "Unearth," in BASS 2018. First pub'd in Mohawk boy disappears, murdered, and the hurt it does to mother and sister, then again when his body is found underneath where a fast food restaurant is being built.
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D.A. Lockhart Nov 11
Thrilled that has picked up a trio of new poems for their Winter 2019 issue. Anushiik to them for their support of my work and so many others.
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Ali Blythe Nov 11
Hi I'm excited to read your poems. I'm editing a chapbook of 10 poets with . I love small, hand-stitched things. DM me with any questions. Open to League of Canadian Poets members. Email them if you have barriers to joining.
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CBC Books Nov 7
Congratulations to the 5 writers shortlisted for the Poetry Prize!
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CBC Books Nov 1
Here is the 2018 Poetry Prize longlist!
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Mark A. McCutcheon Oct 28
The new “Heavy Traffic” issue of (46.1, Fall 2018) includes my poem “Cash paradise.” I’m immensely grateful to the editors of this bastion of Canadian and thrilled this poem found a home in such esteemed company.
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Joanna Bettelheim Oct 26
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Sask Arts Awards Oct 18
The big event is only a week away!
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Grain Magazine Oct 17
Check out the first comic published in Grain, “Disappearing Mother Appearing” by , in our new Fall issue!
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Sadie McCarney Oct 17
Got my contributor's copies of in the mail today, and am thrilled to keep company with such stellar writers! A wonderful read so far!
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Canada Council Oct 16
Calling all artists in the area! Join us at on November 2 for an info session on our funding programs. One-on-one meetings with program officers are also available after the info session. For details and to RSVP see:
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Nicole Lachat Oct 14
Grateful to for this thing to write home about 😊
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Grain Magazine Oct 12
Congratulations to our Poetry Editor, dee Hobsbawn-Smith, contributor to our new Fall issue, , and all of the amazing longlisted writers!
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Jenna Lyn Albert Oct 12
, my partner in rhyme, is one hell of a poet! Check out his poem in & buy his stunner of a book WHAT YOUR HANDS HAVE DONE 🤲🏼
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Ashish Seth Oct 11
Just got my copy of the new featuring my buddy ’s poem “No One is Talking”. He’s a beast of a writer (watch out ) and if you love this, check out his debut collection WHAT YOUR HANDS HAVE DONE from .
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Chris Bailey Oct 11
Shoutout to who sent back this to me. My first ever poem in which is BONKERS to me. If you like this there are more in my book, WHAT YOUR HANDS HAVE DONE (), out now.
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Grain Magazine Oct 10
Did you receive our inaugural newsletter in your inbox this morning? If not, check it out (& subscribe) here! Our Fall newsletter features a preview of our new issue, a Q&A with Short Grain Contest winners, & a glimpse into the art of Rebecca Perehudoff!
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Rebekah Skochinski Oct 9
My first published piece of short fiction is in the new issue of ⁦⁩. I still can’t believe it even though I can see it! Many thanks to the editors, and to Rebecca Perehudoff for the gorgeous artwork.
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