If you are joining from outside Saskatchewan, please be mindful of your time zone. This event is in Saskatchewan time.
Please note a recording of this event will only be available to those who have registered (and for our Windscript contributors.)
Please register on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hSF42Fm9RcOxs9No3wTMrQ
The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild (SWG) is pleased to present the digital launch of Vol. 37 of Windscript magazine, featuring some of the best writing by high school students in Saskatchewan. This event is part of the Cathedral Village Arts Fest, a week-long celebration of art in Regina.
The SWG has published Windscript and the fresh, original work of student writers annually since 1983. Join editors Taidgh Lynch and Elena Bentley, 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.
Windscript is available for purchase for 5.00/each. (And will be mailed after the launch event.)
About Windscript Vol. 37’s editors:
Managing + Poetry Editor
Taidgh Lynch is a poet from the South West of Ireland who recently completed an MFA in Writing at the University of Saskatchewan. His poetry has appeared in Prairie Fire, FreeFall, ROPES, The Poetry Bus, Boyne Berries and others. His poetry chapbook, First Lift Here, was published with Jack Pine Press in September 2019. He lives in Saskatoon with his partner and their new baby.
Associate Prose Editor
Elena Bentley is a disabled poet, writer, editor, and occasional book reviewer from Saskatchewan. She holds an MA in English from the University of Toronto, and a BA (Hons) in English with a Concentration in Creative Writing from the University of Regina. Her poems have recently been published in untethered magazine and ARC Poetry Magazine. You can find Elena on Twitter and Instagram. @_elenabentley_
The SWG is grateful to our major funders, SaskLotteries (in partnership with SaskCulture), Canada Council for the Arts, and the City of Regina, and to our event partner, the Cathedral Village Arts Festival.
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