We are launching issue 22 on Wednesday, April 17th! Copies of Headlight will be sold for $5, or two for $8. Please join us for some amazing poetry readings!
Headlight is currently looking for a graduate student from Concordia's English program to fill the position of treasurer. If you are interested in applying for this position, please email the Headlight team at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're celebrating the release of our 20th issue with a night of readings! Come out to hear pieces from the journal, and to meet our lovely contributors and editorial team. Copies of the journal will be available for purchase. READINGS @ 7:30PM FAWN PARKER MADELAINE CARITAS LONGMAN JESSICA BEBENEK DENISE MARQUES LEITAO NICOLA SIBTHORPE MATTEO … Continue reading HEADLIGHT 20/20 LAUNCH
HEADLIGHT ANTHOLOGY CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2016-2017 **** DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 25 ***** Headlight Anthology is an annual journal published by graduate students in the English Department of Concordia University. Now in its twentieth year, Headlight continues to publish the best in contemporary creative writing, both from Concordia students and across the greater Montreal community. … Continue reading EXTENDED — CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2016-2017
Headlight is currently seeking graduate students from Concordia to join our editorial team for 2016-2017. This is an opportunity to approach creative writing more deeply by engaging closely with works of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction from the perspective of an editor. Working in close proximity with authors will allow editors to develop a fine critical … Continue reading CALL FOR EDITORS
The Off the Page literary festival presents Editors Talking Editing: The Other Side of Submittable, a discussion among editorial alumni of Concordia University’s Headlight Anthology and Soliloquies Anthology. Taking place March 17-19, Off the Page will feature readings by Ben Lerner, Anne Boyer, Jordan Abel, and Sonnet L’Abbé, and an array of panels on all aspects of literature. Former student editors Chalsley Taylor, Domenica … Continue reading Kailey Havelock in Conversation with Editors Talking Editing
TUESDAY, MARCH 31st 2015 7:00 PM MCKIBBONS PUB 1426 Bishop Montreal QC Join us in celebrating the launch of Concordia's graduate-run writing and visual arts anthology, Headlight #18: Lacunae! Featured readings by: Heather O'Neill (author of the Girl Who Was Saturday Night) Allison Shaw Graeme Desrosiers Liam McKinnon Fawn Parker Rudrapriya Rathore Bükem Reitmayer Purchase … Continue reading HEADLIGHT 18 LAUNCH PARTY W/ SPECIAL GUEST HEATHER O’NEILL
We're looking for: Fiction (up to 3000 words) Poetry (up to five pages or five poems) Non-fiction (up to 3000 words) Visual Art (up to five images) Email submissions to email@example.com Written submissions should be in .doc or .docx format, and visual submissions should be high resolution .tiff and .jpg formats. Deadline: December 10, 2014.
EVENT: Daphne Marlatt & Diane Wakoski: Performing the SpokenWeb Archive (Open to the Public) Friday November 21st, 2014 Exhibits at 6:00 P.M. Reading at 7:00 P.M. Grey Nun’s Building Room: GN-M100 Address: 1185 Rue Saint Mathieu, Montréal, QC H3H 2H6 Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 8000 The SSHRC IG SpokenWeb Research Team is pleased to announce … Continue reading Daphne Marlatt & Diane Wakoski: Performing the SpokenWeb Archive
Oral Literary History: The Poetics of Real Life Stories with Daphne Marlatt & Diane Wakoski (Open to the Public) Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling. LB- 1042 Friday November 21st at 11am-12pm Well known poets Daphne Marlatt, a member of the Order of Canada and winner of the Dorothy Livesay prize in poetry for … Continue reading Oral Literary History: The Poetics of Real Life Stories with Daphne Marlatt & Diane Wakoski