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WordsWorth Presents: Circuit Tree 2020

An online summer creative writing residency for youth aged 11-19 July 19 – 24 (ages 11-19), $250OnlineThe first ten registrations or referrals to a friend who hasn’t attended our summer camp in a previous year will receive a free t-shirt. From the creative minds that brought you WordsWorth and Drink the Wild Air, we are […]

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Drink the Wild Air 2020 – Cancelled

Date: March 20-22, 2020 Place: Nestor Lodge, Kamp Kiwanis in Bragg CreekAges: The retreat is for young writers ages 12-19.Cost: $215 (Price includes meals – Friday dinner to lunch on Sunday, overnight accommodations, classes and evening activities.) Drink the Wild Air 2020 has been cancelled. A Message from Colin Matty Dear Friends of WordsWorth, The best of the season to one and all! This is […]

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WordsWorth 2017

  WordsWorth is a week-long sleepover creative writing residency for young writers who believe in the power of words. Writers will be completely immersed in the creative and diverse world of writing. Guided by established and respected artist-instructors, writers will experience writing through fiction, poetry, spoken word, music, drama, film making, monologue and nonfiction. But […]

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Be a Video Poem Maker! Teen Writing and Film Project Registration

This winter, the Writers’ Guild of Alberta, in collaboration with celebrated filmmaker Shawn Tse and nationally-recognized spoken word artist Brandon Wint, will launch Be a Video Poem Maker! The program aims to help teens learn to write and speak poems, and turn those poems into captivating videos. Teens will be provided with and trained to […]

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Meet Kelsey Attard, Calgary Mentor at the WGA and Drink the Wild Air AND…

Calgary literary imprint Freehand Books keeps up its quiet success Company carries on despite past brush with financial struggles By Eric Volmers, Calgary Herald In the grand scheme of things, it was a minor blip in the impressive run of Freehand Books. But in the late summer of 2011, the award-winning Calgary-based literary imprint announced […]

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