Brian Henry will be returning to Sudbury on Saturday October 13th, to lead a writing workshop on “Writing for Children and For Young Adults”
You can learn more about Brian and this special workshop by visiting his blog Brian Henry’s: Quick Brown Fox – http://quick-brown-fox-canada.blogspot.com/2018/05/writing-for-children-and-for-young.html
The Fee is Fee: 43.36 + 13% hst = 49 paid in advance or 46.90 + 13% hst = 53 at the door
This workshop is open to the public. The location will be confirmed closer to the date.
To reserve a spot now, email: email@example.com
On Saturday July 28th the Sudbury Writers’ Guild will be hosting a workshop with award winning author Gail Anderson-Dargatz from 10 am to 12 pm at the Caruso Club. The cost is $30.
Seating is limited. If you plan to attend please call Vera @ 705-682-2839 for details on how to reserve your spot.
You can also check out Gail’s website at https://www.gailanderson-dargatz.ca/cms/
Hope to see you there!
The Sudbury Writers’ Guild would like to invite anyone interested in the Sudbury’s writing community to come out to our January meeting located at College Boreal in Room M3340.
At our next meeting on Thursday January 25th we have Jessica Watts Coordinator of Outreach, Programs, and Partnerships from the Greater Sudbury Public Library coming to speak to us on all the library has to offer. It’s not just books and rolodexes any more. Jessica is involved with all the library has to offer including book clubs, and audio books apps. She is also involved in almost every reading and writing committee in town.
We also have Heather Campbell and Laura Stradiotto, coming in to speak to us about Latitude 46 Publishing, and Sudbury’s annual literary festival Wordstock. We will be discussing all that Latitude 46 and Wordstock has accomplished, were the festival is headed, and what we can do to help with their and our continued success.
Denise Truax, General Director and editor at Prise de parole. A French Canadian publishing company located in Greater Sudbury, will also be joining us to speak on all they have accomplished, what we can learn from them and how we can work together to make Sudbury a thriving literary community.
So please come out and join us because without you there is no literary community.
Be safe and keep writing,