Posted on April 14, 2020
Cynthia Flood shares her reading recommendations. Flood's story “They Took Her Out” appeared in The Fiddlehead no. 280 (Summer 2019).
Posted on April 9, 2020
A call for poets with ties to Atlantic Canada. The 2020 theme for Craft NB’s biennial exhibition is Atlantic Vernacular. This multi-genre project presents a rare opportunity for poets to participate in a high-calibre travelling exhibition that seeks to define what contemporary craft and poetry mean on the East Coast.
Posted on April 3, 2020
Congratulations to Conor Kerr, the winner of our 2019 Poetry Contest for his poem, "Amiskwaciy Nehiyawak (Beaver Hills Cree).”
Posted on March 30, 2020
Fredericton (NB) March 26, 2020 - The Fiddlehead and the Writers' Federation of New Brunswick have announced the shortlisted titles for the fifth annual New Brunswick Book Awards. The program celebrates books published in the 2019 calendar year and in three categories: poetry, fiction and nonfiction. The competition is open to traditionally published and self-published authors. The awards presentation ceremony, originally planned for May 23 in Fredericton, has been postponed due to COVID-19.
Posted on March 25, 2020
Joelle Tymchuk shares her visceral response to reading Christina Dalcher’s Vox. Tymchuk’s story “Last Born” appeared in The Fiddlehead no. 280 (Summer 2019).
Posted on March 10, 2020
The Fiddlehead is pleased to announce the finalists of our 2019 Poetry Contest, judged by Ali Blythe, Kayla Geitzler, Souvankham Thammavongsa. Thanks to all who entered and congratulations to the following writers:
Posted on January 20, 2020
Tim Fab-Eme shares his recent, current, and imminent reading recommendations. Tim Fab-Eme's poem "We Bury Our Names" appeared in The Fiddlehead no. 279 (Spring 2019).
Posted on January 6, 2020
Congratulations to Emily Bossé, the winner of our 2019 Short Fiction Contest for her story "The Most Beautiful Woman in New Brunswick: Coming to a Field Near You"!
Posted on January 2, 2020
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.
Posted on December 23, 2019
Our office will be closed from December 24 - January 1. Happy holidays to all and happy new year — see you in 2020 (our 75th anniversary)!