Deborah Elderhorst is an Australian-Canadian writer whose work has appeared in literary journals and anthology in Australia, New Zealand, and the US. Find her online at www.deborahelderhorst.com.
“Leaving Saskatchewan,” by Melanie Mah
Melanie Mah’s debut novel, The Sweetest One, won the 2017 Trillium Book Award, and her work’s been published in the Humber Literary Review, PRISM International, Room, and Brick. She’s currently at work on an intergenerational memoir and holds an MFA from the University of Guelph. Born and raised in Alberta, she now lives in Toronto.
“Fools Rush In,” by Julie Paul
Julie Paul is the author of the poetry collection The Rules of the Kingdom and three collections of short fiction, including the just-released Meteorites (B & G, 2019). She lives in Victoria BC, where, in addition to writing, she works as a Registered Massage Therapist.
Come prepared to write! The workshop will cover all elements of writing book-length creative nonfiction, including: research, shaping a narrative, structure, form, and voice.
Helen Humphreys is the award-winning author of four books of poetry, eight novels, and four works of creative non-fiction. Her books have been widely translated, performed as stage plays and operas, and optioned for film. She lives and writes in Kingston, Ontario.
DATE: Sunday, October 7
TIME: 9AM – 5PM
LOCATION: Artspace Boardroom, Room 424, 100 Arthur Street, Winnipeg