2010 Great Blue Heron Writing Workshop

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The 2010 Great Blue Heron Writing Workshop (June 29 – July 4) at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, offers mid-level writers a wonderful opportunity to develop their writing  by working with some of Canada’s top writers in the areas of fiction, playwriting, poetry, or memoir. In addition this year the Great Blue Heron is offering a workshop specifically for young writers (ages 16-21).
Held on the StFX campus, this intense workshop involves participants in group and individual sessions with workshop faculty, and offers a venue for public and private readings by faculty and participants.  The workshop group and individual sessions, the informal social events and sharing of writing experiences that are part of the Great Blue Heron,  inspire participants to continue to develop their craft.  This year’s workshop faculty includes:
Daniel MacIvor – Playwriting    http://www.danielmacivor.com/
Beth Powning – Memoir   http://www.powning.com/beth/
Sue Goyette – Poetry         http://www.writers.ns.ca/Writers/sgoyette.html
Linda Little – Fiction   http://www.writers.ns.ca/Writers/llittle.html
Lorri Neilsen Glenn – Youth Writing Workshop  http://www.writers.ns.ca/Writers/lneilsen.html
For more information about the Great Blue Heron Writing Workshop, please see the following:
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contact Brenda Riley at 902.867.4532 or email  briley@stfx.ca
Brenda Riley
International Exchange Coordinator
St. Francis Xavier University
Tel:  902-867-4532
Fax: 902-867-5256
Contact for
The Great Blue Heron Writing Workshop
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One Comment Add yours

  1. Alan King says:

    Here’s an essay on a young poet’s journey through craft and the lessons learned along the way. Please read it at http://wp.me/pC3Xj-dK

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