Submissions are now accepted for Spring Vol. 12, the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild’s magazine showcasing emerging Saskatchewan writers. This magazine publishes poetry and short prose (fiction and creative non-fiction).
Writers selected for publication will receive payment at the standard SWG rates, as well as 2 complimentary copies of Spring.
Those submitting must be:
Please email the following to email@example.com with Spring Submission in the subject line:
Deadline for submissions is Wednesday November 25, 2020 at midnight.
Spring vol 12 Editors
Managing Editor & Non-Fiction Editor – Joanne Paulson
Joanne (J.C.) Paulson, a long-time Saskatoon journalist, has been published in newspapers including the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, The Western Producer, the Saskatoon Express and many other publications over more years than she likes to say.
Her unquiet brain requested a shift from fact to fiction about four years ago, when she started madly writing mystery novels based in Saskatchewan. Four of those have been independently published: Adam’s Witness, Broken Through, Fire Lake and Griffin’s Cure. A historical fiction entitled Blood and Dust is coming this fall, and a fifth novel in the Adam and Grace series is in the works for 2021.
She has also edited and acted as publisher for a number of magazines, and recently began editing novels and short stories for other authors. Paulson lives in a rambling bungalow in Saskatoon with her husband, goldsmith Ken Paulson, a human mine of useful plot ideas.
Fiction Editor – Anne Lazurko
Anne Lazurko's second novel, What is Written on the Tongue, is forthcoming from ECW Press and her story Belle's Boys will appear in Grain in Winter 2021. Recipient of a Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts Literary Award, her novel Dollybird won a Willa Award and was shortlisted for the Saskatchewan fiction award.
Anne is an award-winning agricultural journalist, a no-awards farmer, and current President of Sage Hill Writing. She writes from her farm near Weyburn.
Poetry Editor – Steven Ross Smith
Steven Ross Smith was the founding Director of Sage Hill Writing Experience. His writing practice embraces poetry, fiction, nonfiction and arts journalism. He has crafted the innovative multi-book poetic series fluttertongue, now six books long. His work appears in print, audio and video in Canada, USA, and abroad. In 2005 his book fluttertongue 3: disarray won the Saskatchewan Book Awards’ Book of the Year. He has presented to, mentored, edited and advised many writers in several locales over four decades as a professional writer. Smith lives and writes in Saskatoon. He continues to serve, in a roving capacity, as Banff Poet Laureate until June 2021.