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Author Tim Lilburn (BA'73)
Award-winning author Tim Lilburn (BA'73) will be the instructor at the Sage Hill Spring Poetry Colloquium, a facilitated retreat for writers. The workshop will take place May 15-28 at the Living Skies Retreat and Conference Centre near Regina, Sask. Registration must be completed by March 17.
Lilburn has published ten books of poetry, including To the River (1999), Kill-site (2003), Assiniboia (2012) and The Names (2016). His work has received the Governor General’s Award, the Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award and the Canadian Authors Association Award among other prizes. Lilburn has produced two books of essays, both concerned with poetics, eros and politics, Living in the World as if It Were Home (1999) and Going Home (2008). A third collection, completing the trilogy, The Larger Conversation: Contemplation and Place, will be published by the University of Alberta Press in 2017. He teaches at the University of Victoria.
The Fulcrum: Explore Indigenous communities in Canada this summer
Posted on 2017-04-27
Brenda Macdougall (BA'94, PhD'05) highlights activities of Native Peoples who “are trying to produce counter-narratives to Canada’s 150."
MacLean's: My son asked me a question—and I felt the pain of the ’60s Scoop again
Posted on 2017-04-27
Assistant Professor Tasha Hubbard (BA'94, MA'06), director of Birth of a Family, shares her personal ’60s Scoop story
Actor Kim Coates to receive honorary degree from the University of Saskatchewan
Posted on 2017-04-26
From the drama department to Hollywood blockbusters, Kim Coates has become one of the province’s most popular and most accomplished actors
The Globe and Mail: Picasso on the Prairies: Philanthropist brings modest sensibility to his work
Posted on 2017-04-21
Even as a student, Alumni of Influence Frederick Mulder always set 10 per cent of his earnings aside for charity
Why Saskatoon’s Noodlecake Studios is the first to be profiled in Apple’s new Canada’s Best Game Maker series
Posted on 2017-04-20
Saskatoon tech firm was founded by arts & science alumni Ty Bader (BA’00) and Jordon Schidlowsky (BSc’07)