Humber Literary Review and the Creative Nonfiction Collective Society are pleased to announce the long list for our 2019 creative nonfiction contest:
“How to Become a Woman Carpenter,” by Marcia Braundy
“Foreign Object,” by Deborah Elderhorst
“All the Cake I Never Ate,” by Sierra Skye Gemma
“Metamorphosis of My Mother,” by Carole Harmon
“Algebra Lessons,” by sonja larsen
“High Tension Line,” by Lina Lau
“Leaving Saskatchewan,” by Melanie Mah
“Fools Rush In,” by Julie Paul
“Surfing, Not Drowning,” by Shannon Rayne
“The Burn Unit,” by Alyson Soko
Congratulations to everyone who made the long list and a big thank you to all who participated!
Thank you also to competition readers: Nancy O’Rourke, Eufemia Fantetti, Christopher Moore, and Kirsten Fogg.
Watch for the short list announcement in May.
The winner of the contest, as selected by this year’s judge, Helen Humphreys, will be announced at the 15th Annual CNFC Conference, held in Vancouver from June 14 to 16, 2019.