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WGA Webinar – Ask An Agent

Ask an Agent w/literary agent Carolyn Forde, Transatlantic AgencyThis webinar originally took place on March 13, 2021. It is available in a recorded format.Members: $25Non-members: $35Students: $10 How do I get an agent? Do I need an agent? What does an agent do? This is your chance to have all your questions about agents answered […]

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Drink the Wild Air 2021

March 19 & 20, OnlineCost: $140 Registration Deadline: March 12 Registration is now closed While we wait within our homesAnd wintry winds blow through slumbering grovesThere is a place both fresh and rareA place called Drink the Wild Air  Where friends can come and share their wordsAnd minds and hearts, their voices heardThough we might not be […]

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WGA Webinar: Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Taxes

Webinar (Recorded, this webin originally took place Saturday, February 13th, 2021)Members: $25 Non-members: $35Students: $10 What expenses are deductible? Do you need a GST number? How do I keep track of my receipts? In this jargon-free and surprisingly entertaining webinar, Joel Fishbane will guide you through the tax system from the artist’s point of view. Reduce your […]

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WordBridge Lethbridge Writers’ Conference

WordBridge 2021 is Feb 12 & 13. Lethbridge’s Writers’ Conference is now in its third year, but due to the pandemic, it will be hosted online via Zoom. Thanks to the significantly lower costs associated with online verses in-person, tickets for the entire two-day conference are a mere $5. This year’s Keynote Address will be […]

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Winners of the 4th Annual Kemosa Scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mothers Who Write

The Writers’ Guild of Alberta and Nhung Tran-Davies are pleased to announce the winners of the 4th Annual Kemosa Scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mothers Who Write. First established in 2017 by Dr. Nhung Tran-Davies in partnership with Tlicho Dene author Richard Van Camp, the Kemosa Scholarship offers an opportunity for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mothers to obtain resources to help them […]

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