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2018 Festival - October 11 - 14, 2018

Tickets go on sale August 13, 2018

The Whistler Writing Society was founded in 2001 and became a non-profit organization in 2005. The group includes over 150 members. From its inception the group has promoted the literary arts, provided a forum for local writers to develop their craft within the community, and sponsored literary events for readers and writers alike, including the annual Whistler Writers Festival and the Writer in Residence Program.
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    Sea to Sky Review Open for Submissions News

    Sea to Sky Review Open for Submissions

    OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS APRIL 2018 – PREMIERE ISSUE Theme: Celebration We invite poetry and prose on the theme of celebration – of nature, of life, of love. Let’s inaugurate our new journal with poems of praise, glory and carnival! Sea to Sky Review is interested in your poetry and prose (fiction, non-fiction). We also welcome…

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    THE WRITERS’ UNION OF CANADA LAUNCHES 25th ANNUAL SHORT PROSE COMPETITION FOR EMERGING WRITERS News

    THE WRITERS’ UNION OF CANADA LAUNCHES 25th ANNUAL SHORT PROSE COMPETITION FOR EMERGING WRITERS

      THE WRITERS’ UNION OF CANADA LAUNCHES 25th ANNUAL SHORT PROSE COMPETITION FOR EMERGING WRITERS The Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC) is pleased to launch its 25th Annual Short Prose Competition for Emerging Writers, which invites Canadian writers to submit a piece of fiction or nonfiction of up to 2,500 words in the English language that has…

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    Grant Lawrence and Friends: An Evening of Stories and Songs News

    Grant Lawrence and Friends: An Evening of Stories and Songs

    The acclaimed author and CBC broadcaster shares stories with special guests: Jill Barber Dustin Bentall The Smugglers Acoustic Set w / Adam Woodall & Nick Thomas Saturday, January 20, at 8pm. Brackendale Art Gallery Theatre Admission: $20 Tickets available at Brackendale Theatre or call 604-898-3333 (Sat, Sun) or 604-815-3443 (Mon-Fri)

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