Sage Hill is delighted to announce that Tanis MacDonald, Sandra Ridley, Jacqueline Baker, Jeanette Lynes & Daniel Scott Tysdal will return to lead the 2019 Summer Workshops! July 2 – 12, 2019 @ St. Peter’s College in Muenster, SK Application Deadline: April 1, 2019 Emerging Writers’ Workshop: ‘Writing for Your Life’ with Jeanette Lynes & Daniel Scott […]
Join Sage Hill faculty and workshop participants at St. Peter’s College for readings by our summer faculty. This year’s Kroetsch Keynote will be delivered by renowned memoirist, essayist, and poet Tanis MacDonald! For directions to St. Peter’s visit http://stpetersabbey.ca/wp/location. For a campus map, click here.
Event Time: May 15, 2018, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Sage Hill Writing is thrilled to present Sylvia Legris and Katherine Lawrence at this year’s Spring Poetry Reading. The reading takes place at the Reid-Thompson Public Library, 705 Main Street, in Humboldt, SK. Offered in partnership with Sask Book Awards and the Humboldt Public Library, with support […]
Join Sage Hill faculty and workshop participants at Living Skies Retreat & Conference Centre for readings by our summer faculty. This year’s Kroetsch Keynote will be delivered by Governor General’s Award winner, Steven Heighton! Directions From Regina: Take Hwy 11 north toward Saskatoon Turn off at Lumsden Drive up James Street Cross the railway tracks Take […]
Offered in partnership with Vertigo Reading Series and Cathedral Village Arts Festival. Bring your words, poems, songs, stories, and spoken word to share on the Open Stage! Set your words to music with house musicians! Feature performance by Tim Lilburn, this year’s Sage Hill Poetry Colloquium guru. Click here for more information!
Join us at our old stomping grounds at St. Micheal’s Retreat for this year’s lineup of faculty readings. This year’s Kroetsch Keynote will be delivered by Nino Ricci!
What he said: Guy Vanderhaeghe – Kroetsch Keynote 2014 I’m delighted to have been asked to give this year’s Robert Kroetsch Lecture, a talk that honours the memory of a poet, novelist, teacher, and critic who had, and continues to have, such a powerful impact in shaping Western Canadian literature. His work as an instructor […]