by Kellie Underhill
I went to Sackville in April to hear a talk given by a friend who attended a week long workshop in Colorado last year by the author of Women Who Run With the Wolves.
I have been out of the creative scene for years now, and honestly I wasn’t feeling any urge or pressure to reconnect with it. I went to this presentation because a) my friend invited me and I wanted to be there to support her and b) it was happening in Sackville, where I lived for two years, really miss and will seize any opportunity to visit.Read More»
A three-inch binder sits on the shelf above my writing desk, stuffed full of hopeful notes on different aspects of grammar, poetry, writing for the screen, writing for children, young adult , romance and historical novels. My inspiration wall keeps inspirational snippets collected from here and there in safekeeping. Most of these wise nuggets were all gleaned from ten years’ worth of attendance at weekend writing workshops, squeezed in between all the busiest parts of my life.
I admit it: I’m a workshop junkie.Read More»
The Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick (WFNB) is pleased to announce the winners of its mentorship program to support the next generation of New Brunswick authors.
The federation selected poets Sandra Bunting of Burnt Church (mentor) and Melanie Craig-Hansford of Erbs Cove (mentee) and fiction writers Gerard Collins of Cassidy Lake (mentor) and Andrea Kikuchi from Saint John (mentee).Read More»