From Writing to Publishing: Publishing Process in SKFirst Nations University of Canada and in its Multi-Purpose Room Regina, Saskatchewan
Literature and Spoken Word , Indigenous — Talks and Discussion
Have you ever wondered why some writing gets published and other writing does not? Have you ever read an anthology and wondered about the selection process? This event provides the space to inquire about selection and standard in Saskatchewan publishing with Saskatchewan publishers through discussion. Come out to listen and come out to be curious. Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber will also be performing a reading. Recently the ground-breaking anthology "Kisiskâciwan: Indigenous Voices from Where the River Flows Swiftly" was published by U of R Press. Not only is he a contributing author, he also edited and compiled the anthology. Come here him read and discuss with other publishers how what gets published influences SK culture. Bring your Questions!
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Fri 28 Sep||7:00 PM to 8:30 PM|
|Sat 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
1 First Nations Way, Regina, SK
Drive to Wascana Parkway and continue driving until you reach University Drive North. Turn onto University Drive North and continue to drive on University Drive until you see First Nations Way and the beautiful First Nations University of Canada building, which was designed by Douglas Cardinal.
SaskBooks is Saskatchewan’s provincial creative industry association for book publishers. We don’t publish books, but are a member-based not-for-profit association whose members are book publishers operating in Saskatchewan. Our publishers are small and independent businesses. The creative economy in the publishing sector includes business models like academic and scholarly publishers, literary presses, hybrid presses, self-publishers, and niche publishers. Sask Books is invested in Saskatchewan stories in all guises and fields.
This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Poetry, Contemporary, Storytelling, publishing, sask stories, publishing in sask