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Writing North 11: Sheltering in Place, Dwelling in Words
Posted in Arts & Culture
Jan 20, 2021 to Jan 23, 2021
Writing North 11 is presented virtually by the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild and the University of Saskatchewan MFA in Writing Program.
The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild and the University of Saskatchewan’s MFA in Writing Program are pleased to present Writing North 11: Sheltering in Place, Dwelling in Words.
Date: Jan. 20–23, 2021
Location: Online via Zoom
Free and open to the public
Details and registration: https://skwriter.com/events-and-workshops/writing-north-11
Writing North is an annual writers’ festival for the community of aspiring writers and anyone interested in writers and books. It features panel discussions, a keynote reading and seminars on writing forms such as fiction, poetry, spoken-word, playwriting and non-fiction prose.
Writing North 11: Sheltering in Place, Dwelling in Words recognizes how important home and words/books have become during this time in our lives.
This year’s guest writers include Anne Michaels, Barbara Langhorst, Lisa Moore, and MFA in Writing alumni Sarah Ens, Meaghan Hackinen, Nicole Haldoupis, Shannon McConnell and Allie McFarland.
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