Join Next Year’s C.A.S.E. Executive Team!

The election for next year’s C.A.S.E. team is coming up fast!
Looking to learn more about how to be involved? Join us on Tuesday in LB659-4 for an information session on what C.A.S.E. does and how you can be involved with the 2019-2020 Executive! We’ll talk about responsibilities and the election process.

Nomination Period: March 13 – March 19
Campaign Period: March 20 – March 26
ONLINE Polling Period: March 27 – March 29

By the end of the nomination period, you must acquire a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 25 signatures of reference from students who are registered in a program of the English department. This needs to be completed and returned to the ASFA office (2070 Mackay Street – 4th floor) by March 19, 2019 at 3pm. Since this is the same day as our info session, we recommend getting a few signatures beforehand, in case you decide you are interested.
The executive positions for the upcoming election are:
– President
– Vice-President of Internal Affairs
– Vice-President of External Affairs
– Vice-President of Finance
– Vice-President of Communications
– Vice-President of Academic Affairs
– Vice-President of Social Affairs
– Vice-President of Publication
– Creative-Writing Member at Large
– Literature Member at Large

Read more about the positions & download the nomination form here:

Thanks!

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CASE & QWF Panel with Tara Johns, Rahul Varma, and Sean Michaels

Doors Open: 6 pm
Panel Discussion: 630 – 730 pm
Refreshments: 730 – 9 pm
MB-9AB, (John Molson School of Business, 9th Floor)
Concordia University, 1450 rue Guy

What does a professional writing career look like in the 21st century? How we do explore and sustain and juggle different roles? What’s out there?

CASE Concordia and the Quebec Writers’ Federation have teamed up to bring together three Quebec-based writers with very different career profiles: screenwriter and filmmaker Tara Johns (The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom), Giller-Prize-winning novelist, blogger, and interactive digital fiction writer Sean Michaels (Us Conductors), and playwright and artistic director ofTeesri Duniya theatre company Rahul Varma (Truth and Treason, Bhopal, State of Denial). We’ll talk about switching up professions and disciplines, as well as writing in the digital age. Come query them on how they did – and are doing – it!

This event is free and open to Concordia students, as well as QWF Student Members. Concordia students, reserve tickets with your student ID number at case.president@asfa.ca. QWF student members, email rachel@qwf.org to reserve a place.

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Welcome Brunch – Fall 2018

@ Hall 1001-01 // 9:30AM to 12:30AM

Come enjoy free food and beverages and chat with fellow students and faculty members, all in the comfort of you indulging in bagels and coffee with your peers and professors.

Whether you’re a new student or just about ready to graduate, we’d love to see you there!

This time in collaboration with ISSA

Confirm your presence here!

Soliloquies 22.1 – Launch Party

SLQS22.1 @ DIVAN ORANGE//8PM

We invite all and all to join us as we launch our darling Soliloquies Anthology 22.1. A night for celebration and festivities and all in the company of Montreal’s most dapper Literatis (yes– we went there). Much conversating and beverating and dancerating to be had! (These are words now!)

AND BRING YOUR BLING! Come wearing shiny shoes! Shiny pants! Shiny dresses and skirts! Shiny whatevermacallit!

READERS~~~

D. Christie
Louise Carson
Tessa R.
Alejandra Melian-Morse
Bronwyn Haney
simon t. j. h.-banderob
Fawn Parker

Entry is $3, or $5 with a journal.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

for more info on what we do and who we are and where we come from:

www.soliloquies.ca
www.instagram.com/soliloquies.concordia

Graduate Studies Info Session

On the lookout for FREE coffee/lunch? Want to know more about graduate studies, or eager to get tips for your current applications? Come to C.A.S.E.’s Grad School or Bust information session this Wednesday at 2:00 PM in the Graduate Lounge (LB-671.05).

Graduate Program Directors Drs. Jill Didur, and Manish Sharma, as well as creative writing program coordinator Professor Kate Sterns will be giving a run-down of the graduate school application process and funding opportunities available to you. Two recent graduates will also be present to answer any questions you may have, and share some tips and warnings based on their own experiences.