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Get Your ‘Muse’ On!

Hey everyone!

Check out this great course being offered by fellow writer Catherine Hunter!


The University of Winnipeg

Department of English

ENGL-3102 (1) Creative Writing Field Research:

The Museum as Muse

4 Friday afternoons in June (June 3, 10, 17 & 24) 2:30 – 5:15 p.m.

This summer, Catherine Hunter will work with students on creative writing

projects inspired by local museum exhibits. We will explore together the public

and private memories curated and stored in our museums and the many ways

we can …

Lansdowne Poetry Series: hannah_g, Hunter & Weier

Thursday, Feb 3rd, 7pm-10pm

at Aqua Books, 274 Garry Street

The Aqua Lansdowne is Manitoba’s largest poetry prize. Based around the award and hosted in conjunction with the Writers Collective of Manitoba, this series celebrates the best in Manitoba poetry.


John Weier was born on the broad prairie but grew up on a small peach farm in Southern Ontario. Recent Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence at the University of Winnipeg and the author of eleven books in a variety of genres—poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction; he’s still

Catherine Hunter Video

ok, i think i now know how to post videos. message me if this doesn’t work or stops working.

it should be catherine hunter reading at mcnally. yay catherine hunter!



The University of Winnipeg is offering a new course, taught by two award-winning writers: ENGL-3102(1)-001 Creative Writing Field Research (one credit hour)
- Fall section: “Luring the Knock: Inviting Poems to Linger” with Chandra Mayor (Writers’ Collective Member)
Saturday Oct 16 & Saturday Oct 23 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Margaret Atwood says that inspiration knocks softly, and that if you don’t answer, she goes away. Ignore the knocking often enough, and she stops coming back. How can we better …

“On the Same Page” 2010-11 Nominee Read-Off

Voting continues online but come down the Prairie Ink Restaurant of the McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Avenue, Thursday, September 9th, 8pm for 2010-11 “On the Same Page” Nominee Read-Off

Which Manitoba book, by a Manitoba author, will get Manitobans On the Same Page and be the focus of Manitoba’s biggest book club this year?

All four nominees will be on hand this special evening to read from their works and present their case in Prairie Ink Restaurant:

Catherine Hunter (Writers Collective member), author …