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TNQ’s 2018 Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction Award Longlist

The New Quarterly (TNQ) is committed to providing a space for both established and emerging writers, but the Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction Award is designed specifically for new writers. The Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction Award is sponsored by the St. Jerome’s University English Department. The contest honours the distinguished St. Jerome’s professor, Peter Hinchcliffe, who […]

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TNQ’s 2018 Edna Staebler Personal Essay Contest Longlist

Edna Staebler was a pioneer in the field of literary journalism and a beloved figure in Waterloo Region. In 1981 she helped to found The New Quarterly  (TNQ) and in 2005 her generous bequest allowed us to establish this award, in her honour. “The 2018 longlist surprises, provokes, and heartens, as diverse voices across the […]

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TNQ’s 2018 Nick Blatchford Occasional Verse Contest Longlist

Providing a home for poetry by both established and emerging poets has, from the start, been an important part of The New Quarterly’s (TNQ) mandate. The Nick Blatchford Occasional Verse Contest is sponsored by Kim Jernigan, and her family, in memory of her father Nick Blatchford, the man who sparked the family’s love of poetry. […]

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Writing Spaces: Evangeline Jones

This week in Writing Spaces, we take a look at the working space of Evangeline Jones, author of “Echoes of the Voiceless” in Issue #147. While I find a desk essential to writing, I very rarely use it. It more often ends up being a depository for books, magazines, notebooks; various tools of creativity or […]

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Writing Spaces: Stephanie Bolster

This week in Writing Spaces, we take a look at the working space of Stephanie Bolster, author of the three poems “All,” “Here,” and “Cusp” in Issue #147. During the months before my second daughter’s birth, our garage door became a wall of windows. The four small existing windows, cobwebbed, with cracked red frames, transformed […]

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TNQ Nonfiction Editor Susan Scott interviews writer and poet, Isabella Wang, the youngest contestant and Honourable Mention to grace the pages of the magazine.

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Issue 147

WHEN THE PAST IS PRESENT: in which we maneuver antlers on the bus, suffer grief through cooking, learn to write by washing dishes, and discover life by climbing mountains.

Falling in Love with Poetry

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On Writing

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