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Posted: April 26, 2019

Early Bird Tuition closes April 28 for writers’ workshops

The St. Eugene Writers Workshops early bird tuition rates end on April 28.

Columbia Basin Trust is sponsoring 10 half-tuition scholarships to a three-day St. Eugene Writing Workshops running May 10-12, at St. Eugene Resort.

The St. Eugene Writing Workshops are modelled after MFA workshops and offer writers the opportunity to participate in a critical examination of their writing in a non-academic environment. The intensive writing workshops are led by award winning authors. These are the only workshops of this sort in B.C.

Updates on the conference instructors:

Anna Marie Sewell’s recent book of poetry, For the Changing Moon, is shortlisted for two awards: WGA’s Stephan G. Stephansson award for best book of poetry, winners will be announced June 8; and the Saskatchewan Book Awards’ Indigenous Peoples’ Publishing Award, TBA April 27.

Shelley Leedahl, Fiction/Non-fiction, recently finished a western Canadian book tour for her recently released The Moon Watched It All (Red Deer Press). Starting in Toronto, when made her way west to her home in Ladysmith over a couple of weeks.

Anosh Irani is just returning from a trip home to India and will be ready to dive into playwriting with the folks signed up.

At this point we have a wide-ranging group of participants in the groups—from best-selling authors to published playwrights attending. It will be a dynamic and exciting three days at St. Eugene Resort for the workshop attendees.

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