Events & Workshops

Event Type
SWG Event

Start: June 5, 2024 - 7:00 pm
To: 8:30 pm (SK Time)
Online via Zoom
Cat Abenstein - Program Manager
Start: June 5, 2024 - 7:00 pm
To: 8:30 pm (SK Time)

Windscript Magazine Vol. 40 Digital Launch


Please note all times listed are Saskatchewan time. Find your time zone here:


This event will be recorded. If you are unable to attend live, we ask you to still register so you may receive a recording of this event. The recording will be an unlisted YouTube video. If you are unable to register prior to the Launch, but would still like to see the recording, please email


To register for this online event, please visit:


The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild (SWG) is delighted to present the digital launch of Vol. 40 of Windscript Magazine, featuring some of the best writing by high school students in Saskatchewan.


The SWG has published Windscript and the fresh, original work of student writers annually since 1983. Join editors Danica Lorer and Josiah Nelson, and some of the students from this year's Windscript magazine as they read from their recently published work. Awards will be presented for the best writing in each category.


We can’t wait for you to enjoy this issue! All SWG members will receive an emailed version and we will post a digital version in the days following the launch for you to read here:   


Windscript is available for purchase for $7.00. (Shipping included) Magazines will be mailed after the launch event.

  • Please call 306-791-7740 to pay by credit card.
  • A cheque (written to Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild) may be mailed to PO Box 3986, Regina, SK, S4P 3R9. Please include your mailing address and a memo indicating your request.


Event hosted by Windscript Vol. 40 editors:


Managing + Prose Editor


Saskatchewan’s Danica Lorer has been struck by lightning, a moose, a rogue semi-tire, vehicles, and the odd strange idea. She is a storyteller, freelance writer, face and body painter, poet, and the host of Saskatoon's literary arts program 'Lit Happens'. She has had short stories and poems published in various literary magazines and anthologies. Her projects have been supported by SK Arts and the Canada Council for the Arts.




Associate Poetry Editor


Josiah Nelson holds an MFA from the University of Saskatchewan, where he teaches creative writing. His work has appeared (or is forthcoming) in Contemporary Verse 2, Hunger Mountain, The Nashwaak Review, Palette Poetry, Queen’s Quarterly, and The Rumpus. He lives in Saskatoon.








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