Call for Submissions: This Really Happened at Blue Metropolis

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Our friends at the long-standing This Really Happened series are looking for storytellers ready to take the stage and reveal some inner truths, April 16th at Montreal’s Blue Metropolis Literary Festival. The following is the official call for submissions.

carte blanche seeks a Social Media and Web Coordinator

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carte blanche welcomes applications for the position of Social Media and Web Coordinator to contribute to our ongoing growth and development. Based in Montreal, our primarily online publication is the official magazine of the Quebec Writers’ Federation. While this position is not salaried, it pays a modest honorarium annually.

Gregory McCormick is the new Co-Editor and Creative Nonfiction Editor of carte blanche

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We’re very happy to announce that Gregory McCormick is joining the carte blanche team. He’ll be Co-Editor, alongside Laurence Miall, and will also be the Creative Nonfiction Editor. Greg brings over a decade of editing, writing and cultural programming experience.

Opportunity: We Are Looking for an Editor of Creative Nonfiction

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carte blanche, the online magazine of the Quebec Writers’ Federation, is accepting applications for the position of creative nonfiction editor. This is a volunteer position but pays a modest honorarium. Ideally, the successful candidate should reside in or near Montreal.

Guillaume Morissette: Guest Fiction Editor of Issue 26

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We are pleased to announce that Montreal author Guillaume Morissette will be joining us as guest editor of fiction for Issue 26, our first issue of 2016. You still have until December 31 to find your best short stories or novel excerpts and send them in. Submit online now if you haven’t already. It’s free! Successful contributors receive $50.

Here are the finalists of the 2015 3Macs carte blanche Prize

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We’re delighted to share with you the names of the three finalists of the 2015 3Macs carte blanche Prize, as selected by juror, Kathleen Winter. The big winner will be announced tonight at the Quebec Writers’ Federation Gala and will lay her hands on a cash prize and this most amazing trophy–originally handcrafted by Glen LeMesurier.

Five Questions for Kathleen Winter, Juror of 2015 3Macs carte blanche Prize

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The 3Macs carte blanche Prize is awarded annually in recognition of an outstanding submission by a Quebec writer, artist or translator. The prize is sponsored by David Goodridge from MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier (3Macs) Inc. We’re delighted to announce that this year’s finalists will be selected by award-winning Montreal author, Kathleen Winter. Get to know our juror better through this short interview we did with her in late September.

Solitude A(d)just(e)ment: Translating Montreal

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We’re delighted to host a conversation about two languages and the spaces in between, featuring Melissa Bull, Anna Leventhal and Rhonda Mullins. Our translation editor, Nicola Danby, is moderator. Join us  [More…]