• The Winnipeg International Writers Festival is headed to Edinburgh!!

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    We’re celebrating our twentieth anniversary with a trip at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, one of the largest literary festivals in the world. The trip, underwritten by the Canada Council for the Arts, will see Festival Director Charlene Diehl lead a delegation of four writers: Métis poet Gregory A Scofield (Sudbury), social historian Myrna Kostash (Edmonton), nature writer Candace Savage (Saskatoon), and spoken word artist Chimwemwe Undi (Winnipeg).

    We’re all together on one stage Monday, August 15. Obviously, you should be there to cheer us on!

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    Check out more information about the Edinburgh International Book Festival  HERE.

  • Carmen Aguirre: Healing and Resistance

    It seems like Carmen Aguirre has lived numerous lives. A renowned playwright and actor, she’s also a best-selling memoirist. Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter was a critically-acclaimed national bestseller, and the winner of Canada Reads in 2012. Something Fierce told the story of Aguirre’s early years, including her life as teenager involved in the […]

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