In 2020-2021, SPACE held its third annual writing competition. Students from all disciplines across Dawson College were invited to submit writing that offered a personal interpretation of this year’s theme, space s.
The winners and honourable mentions of this year's contest were: Mia Kennedy, Yara Ajeeb, Benjamin Wexler, Samantha Tréville, Coco Aranya Usher, Sean Caluori, and Wendy Lewis.
By Y Ajeeb, S Caluori, M Kennedy, W Lewis, S Tréville, C Usher, B Wexler
Third Annual SPACE Writing Competition: Winners and Honourable Mentions
As the sun sets over Mount Royal, the mountain transforms. (poem)
La vie à travers les yeux d'un enfant.(nouvelle)
Fireworks over a city park. (creative non-fiction)
Two narrators in two different worlds, each looking for warmth. (short story)
During the pandemic, health care workers in both Colombia and Canada are sacrificing while others assert their “freedom” to ignore social distancing guidelines.
A collection of essays exploring the quest for insight, which often leads into uncanny spaces.
Is a virtual museum still a real museum?
A response to the tragic explosion that occurred August 4, 2020 in Beirut, Lebanon. (fiction)
Three mental health professionals discuss their shift to telehealth.
An interview with Jennifer de Vera about what the Dawson Gardens symbolize for our community.
An interview with Micheline Chevrier and Cristina Cugliandro of Montreal’s IMAGO theatre, exploring the peripheral liveliness at the heart of theatre.
A Dawson graduate meditates on the classroom—both the pre-pandemic physical space and the current virtual one—and offers a note of reassurance to Dawson students.