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  • crwropps@aol.com
    EVENT Non-Fiction Contest 2009 http://event.douglas.bc.ca/community/event-magazine/contestdetails.html $1,500 Three winners will each receive $500 plus
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 20, 2009
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      EVENT Non-Fiction Contest 2009

      http://event.douglas.bc.ca/community/event-magazine/contestdetails.html

      $1,500

      Three winners will each receive $500 plus payment for publication in Event 38/3. Other manuscripts may be published. 

      Final Judge: John Burns

      John Burns is executive editor of Vancouver magazine. Previously, he was managing editor and books editor of the Georgia Straight. He has worked as an editor, reporter, and freelance reviewer and broadcaster, and is currently working on this third book, a novel for teens. He teaches Writing for Magazines at Capilano and Kwantlen universities.

      Our past judges include: Timothy Taylor, Keath Fraser, Myrna Kostash, Andreas Schroeder, Sharon Butala, Tom Wayman, Di Brandt, Terry Glavin, Karen Connelly and Charles Montgomery.

      Writers are invited to submit manuscripts exploring the creative non-fiction form. Check your library for back issues of Event with previous winning entries and judges' comments. Contest back issues are available from Event for $9 (CAN$13 for overseas residents). Postage and GST included.

      Note: Previously published material, or material accepted elsewhere for publication, cannot be considered. Maximum entry length is 5000 words, typed, double-spaced. The writer should not be identified on the entry. Include a separate cover sheet with the writer's name, address, phone number / email, and the title(s) of the story (stories) enclosed. Include a SASE (Canadian postage / IRCs / US$1). Douglas College employees are not eligible to enter.

      Entry fee: Multiple entries
      are allowed, however, each entry must be accompanied by a $29.95 entry fee (includes GST and a one-year subscription; make cheque or international money order payable to Event). Those already subscribing will receive a one-year extension. American and overseas entrants please pay in US dollars.

      Deadline for entries: Postmarked by April 15, 2009.

      Send entries to:

      EVENT 
      The Douglas College Review 
      PO Box 2503, New Westminster, BC 
      Canada V3L 5B2 
      Phone: 604-527-5293 Fax: 604-527-5095

       E-mail: <event(at)douglas.bc.ca> (replace (at) with @)



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      EVENT 2010 Non-Fiction Contest http://www.douglas.bc.ca/visitors/event-magazine/contestdetails.html $1,500 Three winners will each receive $500 plus payment
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 4, 2010
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        EVENT 2010 Non-Fiction Contest
        http://www.douglas.bc.ca/visitors/event-magazine/contestdetails.html

        $1,500
        Three winners will each receive $500 plus payment for publication in EVENT 39/3. Other manuscripts may be published. Preliminary judging by the editors of EVENT.
        Final Judge: Lynn Coady is the author of the novels Strange Heaven (1998), Saints of Big Harbour (2003), and, most recently, Mean Boy (2006). She has also published a short story collection, Play the Monster Blind (2000). Her non-fiction has appeared in magazines and newspapers across Canada. She has been nominated for the Governor General’s Award for Fiction, as well as the Rogers Writers’ Trust Award, and is a recipient of the Dartmouth Book Award, The Canadian Authors Association Jubilee Award and the CAA Award for Authors under Thirty. In 2005 she received the Canada Council’s Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award for an artist in mid-career, and in 2007 she received the Writers Guild of Alberta George Bugnet fiction prize for Mean Boy. She lives in Edmonton.

        Myrna Kostash, Andreas Schroeder, Sharon Butala, Tom Wayman, Di Brandt, Terry Glavin, Karen Connelly, Charles Montgomery and Timothy Taylor are some of our past judges.

        Writers are invited to submit manuscripts exploring the creative non-fiction form. Check your library for back issues of EVENT with previous winning entries and judges' comments. Contest back issues are available for $9 (CAN$13 for overseas residents). Postage and GST included. To purchase a print copy now, visit
        http://www.douglas.bc.ca/visitors/event-magazine/online-sales.html



        Note: Previously published material, or material accepted elsewhere for publication, cannot be considered. Maximum entry length is 5000 words, typed, double-spaced. The writer should not be identified on the entry. Include a separate cover sheet with the writer's name, address, phone number / email, and the title(s) of the story (stories) enclosed. Include a SASE (Canadian postage / IRCs / US$1). Douglas College employees are not eligible to enter.
        Entry fee: Multiple entries are allowed, however, each entry must be accompanied by a $29.95 entry fee (includes GST and a one-year subscription; make cheque or international money order payable to EVENT). Those already subscribing will receive a one-year extension. American and overseas entrants please pay in US dollars.
        Deadline for entries: Postmarked by April 15, 2010.
        Send entries to:
        EVENT
        Non-Fiction Contest
        PO Box 2503, New Westminster, BC
        V3L 5B2 Canada
        Phone: 604-527-5293 Fax: 604-527-5095
        Email: <event(at)douglas.bc.ca> (replace (at) with @)




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