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Gillian Sze Apr 17
Found my way to Helen Guri's "Six Boxes" () last night. "Seeing is a skill. Code-breaking is a skill. Minding is a skill. Total rage is a skill."
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The Capilano Review Apr 17
Don't forget to sign up for 's May 5 digital poetics workshop with Andrew Klobucar and David Ayre! (registration is limited)
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The Capilano Review Apr 16
WORKSHOP ALERT! Join TCR on Sunday, May 5 for a digital poetics workshop—learn all about algorithmic writing processes and experiment with incorporating them into your own poetic practice. Sign up by April 23 for early bird pricing!!
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Indigenous Brilliance Apr 16
"A Mind Spread out on the Ground", a 2019 book of essays by Haudenosaunee author Alicia Elliot, is #4 on bestseller list for this week. Let's get it to #1! "This book is pure beauty and brilliance. Ty for writing it into the world.” - 🌿
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canthius Apr 11
Hey all! The deadline to submit to Canthius 07 is just a few days away (April 15). We'd love to read your work, so keep us in mind as you submit your writing this spring. Happy National Poetry Month and happy writing.
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Alicia Elliott Apr 12
My book is #4 on the Canadian nonfiction bestseller list!!! And I'm there with three other Indigenous writers!!! 😍😍😍
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Tannis Hendriks Apr 11
Great turnout and lots of buzz in the room for Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony!
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nakinisowin Apr 11
Can now share that in January 2020 I'll join UBC's creative writing program as an Assistant Professor!
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Qikiqtani Inuit Apr 11
ᐅᖃᐅᓯᓕᕆᔾᔪᑎᕗᑦ ᐅᓪᓗᒥ Word of the day ᐊᑯᓂ ᐊᐅᓪᓚᕐᓯᒪᓂᖅ Akuni aullarsimaniq: A long journey (image: Andrew Qappik’s Long Journey Ahead) Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts 1993 Ltd.
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The Capilano Review Apr 10
Congratulations Chelene ! This is so well deserved 🥰
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Indigenous Brilliance Apr 8
✨CALL FOR READERS✨ We have an ongoing open call for readers, performers, singers, dancers, storytellers, comics, poets,etc. We want to showcase Indigenous stortelling in all its forms. Indigenous Brilliance is hosted May 24, August 23, November 22 . 🌿 Link in bio!
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massybooks Apr 6
**Call for Submissions** The Salt Chuck City Review from the is looking for creative, literary and critical writing from Indigenous artists and scholars located and/or rooted in the west coast of Canada. Submit to thesaltchuckcityreview@gmail.com. Deadline is April 30th!
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TWUC Apr 4
What a joy! Member Dionne Brand was named recipient of 2019 Blue Metropolis Violet Literary Prize.
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The Capilano Review Apr 5
Replying to @hinganai @epershannd
oh my gosh 😍😍
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Tracey Lindberg Apr 5
Please remember: “emerging writers” includes old birds who stopped fearing and started writing. Publishing.
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Heather O'Neill Apr 4
This essay collection by ⁩ is so great and wise. I’m full of new wonders and insights and sorrows. But, my lord, it keeps making me laugh out loud because honesty that raw and awkward is a hilarious joyful thing.
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The Capilano Review Apr 5
Replying to @vivekshraya @McNallySK
Beautiful!! 😍🔆
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massybooks Apr 4
Sunday, we'll be selling books offsite for the launch of "It's a Big Deal!" by from ! Hosted by , with special guests , , , , , and Kellee Ngan.
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Arsenal Pulp Press Apr 3
Congrats to - JONNY APPLESEED is a finalist for the Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction as part of the !
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The Capilano Review Apr 1
This is so fantastic. Congratulations !!
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