FICTION COURSE | July 4 – 14, 2020
Instructed by Jacqueline Baker
Summer programs will be offered online due to COVID-19.
Applications For the Adult Summer Courses are Now Closed.
Application Fee: $25
This is a facilitated course for six writers who have acquired and moved beyond basic skills in short or long fiction, who have published in periodicals, and who seek further development. The Fiction Course focuses on works in progress and offers group discussions and critiques, writing time, and individual critiques. Application is open to writers 19 years of age and older from Canada and abroad.
“Jacqueline Baker had an excellent level of professionalism, encouragement and dedication. Very formative, enthusiastic and supportive.”
– Veryl Coghill, 2019 Fiction Course Alum
“Jacqueline Baker could not have been better. Great instruction meant for real learning. I feel like I have travelled miles.”
– Sarah Trevor, 2019 Fiction Course Alum
Jacqueline Baker is the author of A Hard Witching & Other Stories, The Horseman’s Graves, and most recently, The Broken Hours, a literary ghost story about the final days of horror writer HP Lovecraft. Her work has been shortlisted for the Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize and has won the Howard O’Hagan Award for Short Fiction, the City of Edmonton Book Prize, and the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. She has mentored through the Banff Centre for Fine Arts and is currently Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at MacEwan University in Edmonton.
Sage Hill’s Summer Writing Courses are made possible
by generous donors, funders, and community partners.
Many thanks to the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, SaskLotteries, the Saskatchewan Book Awards, and the League of Canadian Poets.