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Breaking Mennonite; Living in the City

We have here an issue of city experience explored in prose, poetry, and visual images. David Bergen treats us to a sneak preview from his new novel Leaving Tomorrow, set in Paris, and Patrick Friesen remembers his trip from Steinbach to Winnipeg, which is, to paraphrase poetry editor Di Brandt, “40 miles and 400 years away.”

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Rhubarb seeks volunteer literary contest coordinator

By Victor Enns

Rhubarb has entered the literary contest market and is looking for a volunteer coordinator for our current (also see here) and next literary contests (yet to be determined). Our current contest deadline is November 1st. If you’re moderately computer savvy, would like to volunteer (mostly) from home, and are interested in writing and contests this may be for you.

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Dora Dueck wins The Malahat Review’s novella prize

By Victor Enns

 The Mennonite Literary Society congratulates Winnipeg’s Dora Dueck, whose story “Mask” has won The Malahat Review‘s 2014 Novella Prize.

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