Events & Workshops

Event Type
SWG Event

Start: May 23, 2022 - 1:00 pm
To: 3:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Cat Abenstein - Program Coordinator
Start: May 23, 2022 - 1:00 pm
To: 3:00 pm

Windscript Vol. 38 Digital Launch

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


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:


The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild (SWG) is pleased to present the digital launch of Vol. 38 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 Elena Bentley and P. J. Worrell, 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.)


  • 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.


About Windscript Vol. 38’s editors:


Managing + Poetry Editor


Elena Bentley (she/her) is a disabled, bi, Métis/settler poet, writer, editor, and book reviewer. She is a Citizen of Métis Nation-Saskatchewan. She holds an MA in English from the University of Toronto. Her poetry appears in, among others, the anthology apart: a year of pandemic poetry and prose, Arc Poetry, Kiiyaanaan Aykwaa: Us Now, The Malahat Review, antilang, and PRISM international, and is forthcoming in Room Magazine and Rogue Agent. Elena is the poetry editor for untethered magazine. Find out more at



Associate Prose Editor


P. J. Worrell marvelled at the courage of the young writers whose stories appear in Windscript. They wrote close to the bone, and their work matters. Her role as Associate Prose Editor was to help them shape and polish their manuscripts, with attention to structure, character development, and voice. Worrell has engaged with young writers in the Sage Hill Teen Writing Experience and in high school workshops. She is the author of Proudflesh, numerous short stories published in literary journals and anthologies, and "On the Eve of Hallowe'en" in apart, the SK Writers' Guild pandemic anthology.