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Conference 2016 Presenters

Marina Endicott Will Ferguson Richard Harrison Greg Hollingshead Naomi K. Lewis Paul Matwychuk Trever Rueger Julie Sedivy Marina Endicott Marina Endicott came to fiction late, after a career in theatre. Her new novel, Close to Hugh, was long-listed for the Giller Prize and named one of CBC’s Best Books of 2015. Her second, The Little […]

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Conference 2016 Accommodation

During the summer months, SAIT provides Short Term Accommodation for guests. They have a variety of rooms that range from Studios, Two-Bedrooms, Four-Bedrooms, and One-Bedroom + Living Room units. Each of the rooms are outfitted with a double extra-long bed, linens/towels/toiletries, private bathrooms, full sized refrigerators, microwaves, and range from kitchenettes to full kitchens (utensils […]

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Borderlines Series: Storytelling in Times of Turmoil

Storytelling in Times of Turmoil presented by the Writers’ Guild of Alberta. Aboriginal writers, Naomi McIlwraith and Anna Marie Sewell, and Borderlines Writers Circle members, Marina Ivanova, Susana Chalut and Fahim Hassan, discuss truth and reconciliation, civil war, personal identity, and the risks of being a writer. Produced by Dan Ivanov and Julie Robinson. November […]

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Borderlines Series: Scene from the Outside

Scene from the Outside: A Conversation with New Immigrant Writers presented by the Writers’ Guild of Alberta and Minister Faust. Three writers from around the world, Anamol Mani, Marina Ivanova and Susana Chalut discuss the writer as outsider, writing in two languages, the impact of individualism, the economy, and social media from a global perspective. […]

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