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“Tales & Technologies” with Ellen Moffat

Sage Hill Writing is continuing its partnership with the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity (ICCC, University of Saskatchewan) to offer a course in a genre that is unique to Sage Hill: digital storytelling. Digital storytelling is an emerging format where stories are told through interactive scenarios, social computing, hypertexts, narrative computer games, digital films, […]

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Second Round of Applications for Denise Chong’s “From Knowing to Telling”

    A workshop for six participants who have acquired and moved beyond basic skills in short or long non-fiction. This workshop will focus on works in progress and will combine group discussion, writing time, and individual critiques. Publication is not a prerequisite for inclusion in this workshop if the quality of your submitted material […]

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Second Round of Applications for Steven Heighton’s “Re-enactive Poetry: Vision and Revision

  This is a facilitated retreat for six poets who have a publication record of at least one book of poetry or the equivalent in periodicals and are working towards manuscript completion. The workshop offers a small group context. Focus will be on writing time, individual critiques, and on seminar discussions dealing with technical, philosophical, […]

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Second Round of Applications for Simonds & Grady’s “The Daredevil Draft” Workshop

  This course is designed for emerging writers in any genre who need a nudge to take the leap of faith that will lift their manuscript to new levels. Part workshop, part discussion group, part assignment writing, participants will learn the tools and techniques for mastering the mechanics of rewriting, rethinking, and revising. A practical, hands-on […]

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Second Round of Applications open for Wayson Choy’s “Your Flinching Moments” Memoir Workshop

  Wayson Choy was born in Vancouver. During the publicity tour for his first novel, The Jade Peony, Choy discovered that he had been adopted. This revelation inspired his memoir Paper Shadows in which he describes his experiences growing up in the working-class world of Vancouver’s old Chinatown. All That Matters, a companion novel to The Jade Peony, won […]

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Second Round of Applications open for Alissa York’s “Living Fiction” Workshop

Alissa York is an internationally acclaimed novelist. Her works include Mercy, Effigy, (short-listed for the Scotiabank Giller Prize) and, most recently, Fauna(short-listed for the Toronto Book Award). A new novel is due out in 2016. York is also the author of the short fiction collection, Any Given Power, stories from which have won the Journey Prize […]

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