Writing Through Grief Workshop with Janelle Hardy

Event Phone: (250) 275-1525

  • Writing Through Grief Workshop with Janelle Hardy
    October 2, 2018 - November 27, 2018
    10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Tuesday mornings October 2 – November 27 (Please note change of start date) 10:00am – 12:30pm. Cost: $225 Caetani Centre Library This workshop will use a writing circle format with creative writing prompts to explore and move through grief in a deep, kind and joyful way. Here is a link to Janelle’s podcast: http://www.janellehardy.com/podcast/ Here is (more…)

Farewell to writer-in-residence Sophie Radermecker August 2018

Photo collage of three images. Clockwise from left: a colour photo of author/journalist Sophie Radermecker leaping into the water on the beach, a carefree smile on her face. With one hand she holds the edge of her flow white skirt, and her other hand is high in the air. Top right: The cover of her upcoming novel, title written in French, Le Miroir des Possibles (The Mirror of Possibilities). Bottom right: A narrow black rectangle dotted with little white stars, and in a bold white sans-serif font is written: THE END.

One step closer . . . The Mirror of Possibilities moves on to editing Tous les chapitres sont écrits ! Grande satisfaction et joie immense ! #lespossiblesavecsophie A post shared by Sophie Radermecker (@sophie_radermecker) on Aug 10, 2018 at 11:31am PDT Sophie Radermecker’s 2018 residency at the Caetani Centre has come to a close, giving […]

GUSH Book Launch and Community Reading Circle, June 20th


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Emily Craven, Self-Directed Writer in Residence, January – February 2017

Emily Craven is an author, speaker, innovator and the publisher/CEO of the Story City GPS app, which allows participants to take part in a story set in the location they are standing. Emily is the winner of the Brisbane City Council inaugural $25,000 Innovation Award for her Story City project, which creates real life choose-your-own-adventure stories around […]