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    Legacy of Worship: Sacred Places in Rural Saskatchewan

    by Margaret Hryniuk, Frank Korvemaker and Larry Easton.

    The hotly anticipated companion volume to Legacy of Stone, a full-colour hardcover showing religious gathering places in our province. Read more...

  • Twist of the Blade

    Twist of the Blade

    by Edward Willett

    Introducing our Fall titles! Second in the Shards of Excalibur series.

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  • Wilf Perreault: in the alley/ dans la ruelle

    Wilf Perreault: in the Alley/dans la ruelle

    Dave Margoshes, ed.

    Profile of a prominent prairie artist best known for his paintings of the humble back alley.

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    Bone, Fog, Ash & Star

    by Catherine Egan

    Introducing our new Fall titles! The conclusion to the Last Days of Tian Di trilogy. Read more...

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"Entertaining, informative, challenging and fun"

A delegate who attended Jacqueline Guest's session at Calgary's When Words Collide conference had this to say:...
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Review - Red River Raging

Review - Red River Raging

"...Red River Raging is an excellent realistic read-aloud that is extremely timely considering the flooding seen in Manitoba during the summer of 2014." Read More...

Review - Outcasts of River Falls

Review - Outcasts of River Falls

" Outcasts of River Falls packs an interesting punch, but it has a depth of content that will open up a discussion about equality and acceptance." Read More...

Michael Dennis Reviews In the Tiger Park

Michael Dennis Reviews In the Tiger Park

"Calder makes the reader feel at home - all the better for when she pulls the rug out from under your feet." Review by Michael Dennis. Read More...

The Trouble with Beauty: Regina Reviews

The Trouble with Beauty: Regina Reviews

"Rice’s The Trouble with Beauty is a marvel of Saskatchewan poetry for its depth and lyricism". Read More...

Review - Wiseman's Wager

Review - Wiseman's Wager

The Quill & Quire reviews Wiseman's Wager, the new novel by Dave Margoshes Read More...

September


Saskatoon: Coteau authors at The Word on the Street

Sunday, September 21, 2014

You'll be able to hear wise and witty words from Alison Calder, Anne Lazurko, Linda Biasotto, Dave Margoshes, Ed Willett, and Allan Safarik at this year's WOTS festival. Dozens of authors, books to buy (the holidays are coming up, you know...) and kids' activities, all under the Sunny Saskatoon Sky.

Location

In front of Frances Morrison Library & beyond, 23rd St and 3rd Ave ,Saskatoon
http://www.thewordonthestreet.ca/wots/saskatoon

September


Regina: Shards of Excalibur Launch

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Join us at the Assiniboia Gallery for the launch of Ed Willett's fantasy series, The Shards of Excalibur. The first TWO books in the series will be making their grand entrance, so there's plenty to keep you reading! Ed will introduce us to Song of the Sword and Twist of the Blade - a Regina-based, modern-day Arthurian tale. Refreshments will be served and, of course, books for sale! 

Location

Assiniboia Gallery, Smith Street ,Regina
http://www.assiniboia.com

September


Winnipeg: Alison Calder at THIN AIR Festival

Friday, September 26, 2014

Alison Calder will be part of the MainStage Poetry Bash at the THIN AIR Festival, along with Owain Nicholson, C.R. Avery, Ken Babstock and Jordan Abel. Starts at 8.00 p.m. 

Location

THIN AIR Festival Main Stage
http://www.thinairwinnipeg.ca/2014-ticket-information

September


Saskatoon: Barbara Sapergia at SPL

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Barbara Sapergia reads from her novel Blood and Salt at the Mayfair Branch of the Saskatoon Public Library. Starts at 2.00 p.m.

Location

Mayfair Branch, Saskatoon Public Library, 602 33rd St West ,Saskatoon
http://www.saskatoonlibrary.ca/mayfair-branch#

September


Culture Days: Regina Public Library

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Regina Public Library, The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild and the Saskatchewan Library Association, are pleased to present an afternoon of readings and entertainment on a multi-cultural theme. On Sunday, September 28, 2014 from 2-4 at the Regina Public Library Theatre, please join us as we celebrate our cultural diversity through writing and dance. MC Gail Bowen will introduce readers Lisa Bird- Wilson, Marion Mutala, Vijay Kachru and Dave Margoshes. A traditional tribal belly dance, in full costume will be performed by Linda Yablonski and her troupe, and tasty ethnic treats will be served.

All are welcome and admission is free. For more information, please contact Anne Pennylegion at the Saskatchewan Library Association at (306) 780-9409 or slaprograms@sasktel.net

Location

Regina Public Library Theatre

New Awards

Dollybird wins the Historical Fiction category of the WILLA Awards

Taking the Reins is a finalist in the YA category of the WILLA Awards

Clearwater is shortlisted for the High Plains Book Awards

 

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