In order to accommodate staff holidays and address the large increase in submissions that has been generated by Submittable, The Fiddlehead will be closed to submissions effective July 15 and will reopen in September.
This reading will take place at the Abbey Café in downtown Fredericton and feature Curtis Leblanc, Amber McMillan, Nathaniel G. Moore, Chris Bailey, Jenna Lyn Albert, and Mallory Tater. Plus it will feature an open mic — sign up at the beginning of the reading!
This Friday, June 22, join contributors to a new anthology, Gush: Menstrual Manifestos for our Times, at Reid's Newstand! The reading starts at 7:30 and features Lucas Crawford, Rebecca Salazar and Emily Skov-Nielsen.
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