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Craft NB is calling for craft made in or about Atlantic Canada. The 2020 theme for their biennial exhibition is Atlantic Vernacular. Atlantic Vernacular presents a rare opportunity participate in a high-calibre travelling exhibition that seeks to define what contemporary craft means here.
The deadline is March 13, 2020, and you can find submission guidleines and more information here.
Chris Benjamin discusses the impact of reading Isabelle Knockwood's Out of the Depths: The Experiences of Mi’kmaw Children at the Indian Residential School at Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. Chris Benjamin's story "Arsonists" appeared in The Fiddlehead no. 279 (Spring 2019).
Take a look at Matthew Gwathmey's Semantic Map on Beauty inspired by an Anne Compton essay. Matthew Gwathmey's poetry appeared in The Fiddlehead no. 279 (Spring 2019).
The Fiddlehead is turning 75!
We are planning all kinds of celebratory events across the country! We are even publishing an extra issue—a special 75th anniversary issue of The Fiddlehead—curated by our advisory editors, with a focus on “looking forward” to the future of CanLit.
We want to include brief messages from YOU, our readers! Looking forward, what are your thoughts, ideas, hopes or dreams for The Fiddlehead or for CanLit? We’d be delighted to receive any kind of well wishes or celebratory notes you care to send!