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2019 Spring & Summer Program Announcement
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George Elliott Clarke
To Facilitate Spring Poetry Colloquium!

 


SPRING POETRY COLLOQUIUM
May 17 - 31, 2019

St. Peter's College, Muenster, SK

Apply HERE by February 25, 2019.

Sage Hill is delighted to welcome George Elliott Clarke to lead the 2019 spring session. After a successful move and glowing feedback from 2018 participants, the Poetry Colloquium will again be held at St. Peter’s College in Muenster, SK.


Click here for more information about accommodations.

Instruction occurs within an intensive, deep-immersion setting over a relaxed 14 days, with an emphasis on individual writing and manuscript revision. Writers will benefit from individual manuscript consultations, as well as seminar discussions investigating technical, philosophical, or conceptual issues in contemporary poetry.

Scholarships and bursaries are available to applicants.



George Elliott Clarke
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The 4th Poet Laureate of Toronto (2012-15) and the 7th Parliamentary/Canadian Poet Laureate (2016-17), George Elliott Clarke is a revered artist in song, drama, fiction, screenplay, essays, and poetry. Born in Windsor, Nova Scotia, in 1960, Clarke was educated at the University of Waterloo, Dalhousie University, and Queen’s University. Clarke is also a pioneering scholar of African-Canadian literature. A professor of English at the University of Toronto, Clarke has taught at Duke, McGill, the University of British Columbia, and Harvard. He holds eight honorary doctorates, plus appointments to the Order of Nova Scotia and the Order of Canada at the rank of Officer. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. His recognitions include the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Fellows Prize, the Governor-General’s Award for Poetry, the National Magazine Gold Award for Poetry, the Premiul Poesis (Romania), the Dartmouth Book Award for Fiction, the Eric Hoffer Book Award for Poetry (US), and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award. Clarke’s work is the subject of Africadian Atlantic: Essays on George Elliott Clarke (2012), edited by Joseph Pivato. Finally, though Clarke is racialized “Black” and was socialized as an Africadian, he is a card-carrying member of the Eastland Woodland Métis Nation Nova Scotia, registered under Section 35 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He is, at last, a proud Afro-Métis Africadian.
 

Apply for the Spring Poetry Colloquium by February 25, 2019!
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Announcing Sage Hill's
2019 Summer Writing Courses!

 


July 2 - 12, 2019
St. Peter's College, Muenster, SK


Apply HERE by April 1, 2019.

Sage Hill is thrilled to announce that last summer's faculty will return to lead the 2019 courses! If you didn't attend last year, or want to continue working with the same instructor, this is your chance!

Emerging Writers' Workshop with Jeanette Lynes & Daniel Scott Tysdal
Poetry Course with Sandra Ridley
Fiction Course with Jacqueline Baker
Nonfiction Course with Tanis MacDonald



All programs run concurrently at St. Peter's College, in Muenster, SK.

Scholarships and bursaries are available to applicants.

Join us in summer 2019!

Apply for the Summer Workshops by April 1, 2019!

Support Sage Hill


Sage Hill Writing has provided opportunities for writers for 30 years!  Manuscripts from across Canada have been written, edited, and improved through Sage Hill’s workshops and colloquia, and young writers from all over Saskatchewan have enhanced their writing skills through the Teen Writing programs.

Sage Hill is committed to helping writers at all levels of proficiency who want to learn from some of Canada’s finest authors.

Sage Hill depends on donations to continue offering exceptional programming for writers. 


For more information about sponsorship opportunities, call 306-537-SAGE (7243) or e-mail sage.hill@sasktel.net.
 



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