The City of Richmond is inviting professional and community-engaged writers to submit their Expression of Interest for a part-time residency, located in the heart of Richmond’s downtown core. Applications will be accepted until July 12.Read More
The latest news on BC's arts, culture and heritage sector.
Vancouver is looking for its next poet laureate, and nominations for this term are open to published or performance poets from the Musqueam, Squamish or Tsleil-Waututh Nations. The deadline for applications is December 15.Read More
Writer, editor and teacher Betty Keller has won the Gray Campbell Distinguished Service Award, while Vancouver-based Greystone Books have been awarded the Jim Douglas Publisher of the Year Award.Read More
Celebrate those who have made exceptional contributions to the arts in Vancouver by submitting a nomination for the 2017 Mayor's Arts Awards. The deadline for nominations is noon on May 18, 2017.Read More
Vancouver's poet laureate, Rachel Rose, is inviting writers to submit short works, poems and essays for a new anthology that will bring together the city's vibrant literary and culinary scenes. The anthology is titled Sustenance: Writers from B.C. and Beyond on the Subject of Food, and will be published by Anvil Press in September, 2017.Read More
The Alcuin Society has announced the winners of the 35th annual Alcuin Society Awards for Excellence in Book Design in Canada. 35 winning titles were chosen from 211 submissions, sent from 9 provinces and 93 publishers.Read More
Hill will act as a literary ambassador for the City of New Westminster and the community, advocating for literacy and the literary arts and helping to raise the status of poetry, language and the arts in the everyday consciousness of New Westminster residents.Read More