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Introducing Our New Social Media & Marketing Coordinator

We would like to thank everyone who applied for the position of social media and marketing coordinator, and to welcome our new coordinator, Malaika Aleba! Malaika is a writer, copy editor, spoken word performer, and fundraiser. She earned her BA in English Literature and Women’s Studies at the...

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Seeking Social Media and Marketing Coordinator

Plenitude magazine is currently seeking a social media and marketing coordinator. The coordinator will work with the managing editor to plan and implement all promotions. Duties include: Posting and sharing relevant content on our Facebook and Twitter accounts, and creating any additional social...

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Plenitude’s Journey Prize Story

Congratulations Ron Schafrick on being one of just twelve short story writers selected for the Journey Prize Stories (Penguin Random House, 2015). Schafrick’s tender and funny story, “Lovely Company,” appeared in Issue 5 of Plenitude magazine (Fall 2014), and we are thrilled that...

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Apply to the Emerging Writing Mentorship Award

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 11, 2015 Plenitude Magazine invites emerging Canadian queer writers to enter the Emerging Writer Mentorship Award. In February, 2015, the award was for fiction and the winner was Sasha Boczkowksi. Eligible writers have yet to publish their work in book form...

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Congratulations Canadian Lammy winner Casey Plett

Congratulations to the sole Canadian Lammy winner, Casey Plett! Her debut short fiction collection, A Safe Girl to Love, won in the category transgender fiction. She was in excellent company — other books shortlisted included For Today I Am a Boy, by Kim Fu, and Moving Forward Sideways Like...

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Seeking Film Review Intern

Plenitude magazine, Canada’s queer literary magazine, is seeking a Film Review Intern to cover the Toronto Inside Out Film Festival, which runs from May 21 – May 31, 2015. The reviewer will write ten short reviews (400-500 words each), which will be posted during the festival (1-2 per...

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