It’s time for us to offer complimentary copies of Rhubarb – we can’t store these treasures forever! Let us know how many of which issue(s) you would like and how we can get these to you – we cannot afford to cover postage. We are particularly interested in donating issues to libraries and schools for […]
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to be launched Friday Oct 20, at the Mennonite/s Writing VIII Conference, University of Winnipeg – Join us and guest editor Hildi Froese Tiessen, in the Eckhardt Gramatte Hall at 1pm
The Mennonite Literary Society launches 9 Mennonite Stories, a twin to Rhubarb issue 41, Thursday October 19th at X-Cues Cafe & Lounge, 551 Sargent Avenue, at 7:00 pm. There is no cover charge at this new venue for Rhubarbarians, with lots of room, and the usual popular Thursday night X-Cues live band jam follows at […]
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Publisher Victor Enns hosted and served at his Willow Island retreat Sunday afternoon April 23, 2017 It was a Last Supper of sorts, and proved to be inspiring and fun. This fundraiser dinner event took place on the shore of Lake Winnipeg near Gimli.
The Mennonite Literary Society is pleased to present 29 Mennonite Poets. The stunning book cover features a painting by Deborah Dannelly and is designed by Terry Corrigan at Relish New Brand Experience. This 176-page anthology features the work of 29 Mennonite Poets, edited and introduced by Clarise Foster, the editor of Contemporary Verse 2.
The Mennonite Literary Society celebrates the release of its first anthology on Friday January 20th, 7:30 p.m. at the Blaurock Café/Great Hall at Canadian Mennonite University, north campus. Published as a special issue of Rhubarb magazine, R40, Winter 2017, edited by Clarise Foster is included in subscriptions. The book 29 Mennonite Poets is another first for […]
A reminder that all cheques for subscriptions, purchases or donations must be made out to the Mennonite Literary Society, not Rhubarb Magazine.
Rhubarb welcomes our new reviews editor, Susie Fisher, on board. Please send all review copies to this new address:
Wednesday, September 7, 7:30-9pm, 2016 at Sam’s Place, 159 Henderson Hwy