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MFA in Writing Grad Meaghan Hackinen Sets World Cycling Record and Launches Cycling Memoir
MFA in Writing Graduate Meaghan Hackinen
Meaghan Hackinen, MFA in Writing Graduate, has just set a world cycling record, cycling 460.8 miles in 24 hours at the World Time Trial Championships. For more details about Hackinen’s cycling record, check out the Star-Phoenix news story and the Castanet news story.
Hackinen will be in Saskatoon at McNally Robinson on November 21 to launch her new book, South Away: The Pacific Coast on Two Wheels. Candace Savage calls Hackinen’s book an “exhilarating debut,” while Booklist describes it as an “empowering memoir.”
Inaugural Peter Millard Lecture
Posted on 2020-02-12
Professor Emeritus David Carpenter will present a talk titled "A Tribute and a Story" on Feb. 28
River Volta Readings Feb 27 with Kaylee Gryba & Shannon McConnell
Posted on 2020-02-11
Come out for an evening of creativity and inspiriation at the Feb 27 River Volta Readings & Open Mic
Canterbury Tales is first major literary work developed as an app
Posted on 2020-02-03
A USask-led international team has produced the first web and mobile phone app of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales
On The Brink: Life After the MFA in Writing - Two Grads Link with International Literacy Project
Posted on 2020-01-22
People often ask what comes after completing an MFA in Writing, what possibilities are there for a graduate who wishes to remain firmly planted in the literary world and build professional skills in, for example, the publishing industry?
Poetry and Palaeolithic Cave Art: MFA in Writing Student, Susie Hammond, Reflects on Prehistoric Practices for Navigating the Anthropocene
Posted on 2020-01-20
In July 2019, The Masters Trust Committee awarded Susie Hammond the annual Edney Masters Scholarship in support of her poetry thesis research, recognizing her as an outstanding candidate due in part to her overall commitment as a global citizen.
River Volta Reading Series Begins New Decade with Poetry from Taidgh Lynch and Diana Tegenkamp
Posted on 2020-01-14
River Volta Sets Poetic Tone for the New Decade