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C.U.E. Connect, Unlearn, Expand: Poetry Reading

Sunday, March 63:00 pm – 5:00 pm CoLab Community {Arts} Laboratory 9641 102A Ave NW Readings from Asian, Black, and Indigenous Writers Let us enrich and encourage each other with an afternoon of poetry reading from Asian, Black, and Indigenous communities in Edmonton. The writers are: Shima Robinson, Sandra Ngo, Naomi McIlwraith, Mubarik Adams, Mila […]

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Single Onion #180

SINGLE ONION #180 IMPORTANT: You will need to register for the event. WHAT: The Single Onion kicks off the new year with four excellent poets: Weyman Chan, Josephine LoRe, Tim Murphy, and Sabrina Samuel. WHEN: Thursday, January 20, 7:00 pm (MDT) WHERE: register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUvdemrpzIjEtfQFBJB5BkRH6MR9GIqcXRg  About the readers: Finalist for the 2008 Governor General’s Award […]

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WGA & YOGA SANTOSHA PRESENT: Yoga & Writing Workshop Series with Lisa Tierney and Samantha Warwick

Three Saturdays: Feb 26, March 5 and March 12, 2022 | 1:45-3:15 PM  Mission Studio (in-person) at 320 1800 4th St. SW + Livestream | In-person please arrive by 1:30 PM $35 General | Full Series $99 $25 WGA Members (Visit WriteClick for WGA member promo code) | Full Series $75 Register for IN PERSON or VIRTUAL. Please contact Dalia at Yoga […]

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WGA Member Night: New Fiction with Shelf Life Books – Jan. 27

Thursday January 27, 7:00 PM Join the Writers’ Guild of Alberta in partnership with Shelf Life Books as host Marco Melfi welcomes authors of new fiction, on Thursday January 27, 7:00 PM, online. Featured authors are: Lorna Shultz Nicholson, When you Least Expect It; Uzoma Uponi, ColorSTRUCK; and Cyla Panin, Stalking Shadows. Register Here See you online for […]

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Drink the Wild Air 2022 – March 18-20

March 18 – 20, OnlineCost: $140 Registration Deadline: March 11 Drink the Wild Air is a Creative Writing Retreat for Youth ages 11 – 19. Typically nestled in the gateway to the rocky mountains in Kananaskis country, this year we’ll come together online to take workshops with working professionals, play games, share our stories, our songs, our […]

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Wolf Moon Guided Write Night with Samantha Warwick

Monday, January 175:00-6:15 PM MSTJOIN US ON ZOOM “A non-writing writer is a monster courting insanity,” wrote Franz Kafka one hundred years ago. And here we are, nearly two years into a collective experience that is perpetuating ongoing mental health challenges for many writers. Our individual circumstances will differ—too much isolation, too little uninterrupted time, trouble […]

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WGA 2022 Online Retreat: Focus your Creativity – Jan. 14-16

January 14th – 16th, 2022 Meet the new Virtual Writer-in-Residence, Gail Anderson-Dargatz, as well as fellow retreat participants at a virtual fireside conversation on Friday evening on Friday evening with host Barbori Garnet. 7:00 – 8:30 PM (MST). Enjoy Saturday’s fireside visit with a focus on your writing; conversation guided by our host and partner from the Write-In, Savanna Harvey […]

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The WGA, LTAC and Horizons Writers Circle Present: Translation 101 (Jan. 18)

Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 Time: 6:00 PM MST In an increasingly interconnected literary world, literary translation is a most pertinent topic for authors who either would like to consider their works to be translated into other languages (English to French or vice-versa, Italian, Chinese, etc.) or are thinking of becoming literary translators. Join us in […]

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Edmonton Outdoor Holiday Party

When: Saturday, December 4. 2-4pmWhere: Victoria Park Picnic Site #2 (Next to Victoria Park Pavillion)12030 River Valley Rd NW, Edmonton, ABIt has been so long since we last saw each other for a WGA event. We will be having this gathering outside and following all provincial and municipal COVID regulations. The canopied picnic shelter will […]

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