Teen Writing Experiences are held in summer throughout the province. They offer up to 14 teens in each location the opportunity to develop their skills as creative writers with a professional writer. The workshops are held in partnership with local libraries and are free of charge. Applicants must be between 14 – 18 years old at the time of the programme they intend to apply for.
Teen writers are asked to upload a sample of their writing and, most importantly, a paragraph or two about why they want to come to Sage Hill. This will give the jury a context for the work ahead.
Check out our 2016 programs in:
La Ronge from July 1 & 4-8 with Zoey Pricelys Roy
La Ronge Public Library, 1212 Hildebrand Dr. 306-425-2160
Moose Jaw from July 11-15 with Art Slade
Moose Jaw Public Library, Green Room
Offered in Partnership with the Festival of Words 306-691-0557
Regina from July 18-22 with Cassidy McFadzean
Sherwood Village Branch Library, 6121 Rochdale Blvd, 306-777-6088
Swift Current from July 18-22 with Peggy Worrell
Swift Current Branch – Chinook Regional Library 411 Herbert St.E 306-778-2752
Saskatoon from August 8-12 with Sara-Jane Gloutnez
Frances Morrison Central Library, 311 – 23rd st E. 306-975-7558
The Saskatoon class is full. To be placed on our waiting list, complete the online registration below.
Contact us with your questions any time.
If you are interested in instructing a Teen Writing Experience, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.