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The Writer’s Corner

“trying to write everywhere, anytime”

Writing Spaces I live in a very small house in the Yukon with my husband, two children, and dog. There are two bedrooms, each just slightly bigger than a station wagon. We affectionately call one of these rooms the Swiss Army Knife Room. It has a Murphy bed, a clothes rack on a pulley system […]

“a Virginia Woolf room of my own”

Writing Spaces I am fortunate to have a writing room – a Virginia Woolf room of my own – three floors up in the attic of our old arts and crafts home. The houses on our street are very close together, so although I have the luxury of windows that open on opposite sides of […]

“Great Minds”: An Interview with Jeff Dillon, Fine Arts

The New Quarterly’s Fall 2018 Issue (#148) features Jeff Dillon’s “#65 – Great Minds” on the cover. The painting beautifully depicts Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. Our Editor, Pamela Mulloy, was struck by Dillon’s use of colour and was compelled to use this image for our upcoming issue. The stunning piece fits perfectly with the […]

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The New Quarterly Silent Auction 2018 is LIVE!

The New Quarterly / Wild Writers Silent Auction 2018 “#65 – Great Minds” Acrylic Painting on Canvas 24″ x 18″ Original painting donated by Jeff Dillon, artist Featured as Cover Image for The New Quarterly‘s Fall 2018 Issue (#148) Valued at $1,500 Visit the auction to place your bid now! Auction Proceeds All proceeds from […]

Wild Writers Literary Festival 2018

The Wild Writers Literary Festival will soon be here! Entering its seventh year, this annual festival is a celebration of the feral and free and its expression in poetry, the short story, and everything in between. Join us on Friday evening for our opening showcase with Sharon Bala and Rawi Hage, moderated by Jael Richardson. […]

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2018 Contest Winners

TNQ’s 2018 Contest Winners — Fiction, Poetry, and Personal Essay The New Quarterly editors and contest judges faced difficult decisions to determine the winners of this year’s three writing contests. TNQ congratulates and applauds the 2018 contest winners. Peter Hinchcliffe Fiction Award First prize ($1,000) Katie Zdybel, “The Last Thunderstorm Swim of the Summer” Runner-up […]

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Issue 148

THE WEIGHT OF STORY: in which we find a tempest in a real estate deal, discover the devastation a razor blade can wield, find new ways to revive a marriage, and explore atheism in a synagogue.

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Edna Staebler Personal Essay Contest

Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction



Nick Blatchford Occasional Verse Contest

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