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Writes of Spring is our annual celebration of all things writing and publishing. This month-long series of online programs and author talks offers tips and insights to help you tell your story, whether you’re a new, emerging, aspiring or established author. View the full slate of programs here. All events are offered live online via Zoom.
Writes of Spring is hosted in partnership with the Saskatchwan Writers’ Guild, with funding provided by SaskLotteries in partnership with SaskCulture, along with Canada Council for the Arts, and the City of Regina.
Celebrate Writes of Spring with three incredible Canadian authors as they discuss their latest books. Each book offers an exciting glimpse into contemporary Canadian literature.
April 8 at 7 pm: Jael Richardson: Gutter Child
An engaging talk from the author of national bestseller, Gutter Child. Her book follows one young woman’s journey as she navigates a dystopian world that seems all too familiar.
April 21 at 7 pm: Jill Robinson: RPL’s Writer-in-Residence
An illuminating talk and reading from RPL’s Writer-in-Residence Jill Robinson. Join her as she reads from her latest work and talks about her time in Regina over the last year.
April 22 at 7 pm: Helen Knott: In My Own Moccasins
Join Helen Knott as she reads from and talks about her memoir, In My Own Moccasins. Her book is an unflinching account of intergenerational trauma and the possibility of redemption.
April 15 at 7 pm: Writer-in-Residence Retrospective
Join us as we bring together four Writers-in-Residence to talk about their time at the library and what they’re up to now.