You usually hear from our children, who speak your language without accent, who speak the language of their ancestors with a foreign accent if at all, who are removed from [More…]
For the third piece in the carte blanche blog series featuring BIPOC artists, we interviewed Tawhida Tanya Evanson, an Antiguan-Québecoise artist based in Montreal. Tawhida has published two poetry collections. [More…]
I am a big believer in lists. Grocery lists. To-do lists. Lists on phones and bits of envelopes and bills. Lists are satisfying to write, and even more satisfying to work through. But best-of lists, the kind of lists which flood journals and newspapers towards the end of each year, summarising “The 10 Best Books of 2019” or “The 100 Best Books of the 21st Century”—even though we’re only a fifth of the way through that century—are a pet peeve of mine.
The 3Macs carte blanche Prize is awarded to Alexei Perry Cox for her piece It’s a Slow Ride (Issue 39). The $350 prize is awarded annually in recognition of an outstanding submission by a Quebec writer, artist, or translator to carte blanche, QWF’s online literary journal. Read more →
This year, the 2020 3Macs carte blanche Prize finalists will be determined by the editors of carte blanche. The winner and runner-ups will be announced at the QWF Literary Awards Gala on November 4, 2020. Read more →
For our 40th issue, in the spirit of our name, carte blanche (blank page), we have an open theme. Submissions open on 17 October and close on 17 November. Send us your comics, fiction, photography, poetry, and translation! Read more →