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Helen Mourre
Box 425
Rosetown SK  S0L 2V0

306-882-3786
306-831-5755

hpmourre@sasktel.net
 

Bio

  • Helen Mourre was born and raised and lives in the Rosetown area of Saskatchewan. She writes primarily short fiction, but has dabbled in poetry, non-fiction, young adult and children's writing. Her most recent publication is To Everything A Season, a collection of short fiction about the turning points in people's lives. Her other two titles are Landlocked and What's Come Over Her, both published by Thistledown Press. They were nominated for Saskatchewan Book Awards. Helen has taught creative writing at community colleges, is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, and a past president of the Sage Hill Writing Experience board. She believes that writing is an act of empathy whereby she totally enters into the lives of her characters.

Genres

  • Fiction » General

Publications

  • To Everything A Season. Your Nickel's Worth, 2012
  • What's Come Over Her. Thistledown Press, 2003
  • Landlocked. Thistledown Press, 1997

Periodicals

  » Literary Journal
  • Grain
  • Newest Review
  • Room
  • Western People
  » Newspaper, Magazine, & Trade Journal
  • Freelance

Broadcast Works

  • Sound XChange, CBC Regina, 2011
    • To Everything A Season
  • Sound XChange, CBC Regina, 2011
    • Small Gestures-short story
  • Gallery, CBC Regina, 2003
    • What's Come Over Her
  • Gallery, CBC Regina, 2002-2003
    • Pilgrimage in Winter
  • Commentary, National CBC, 2002
    • What I Learned From the Drought
  • Commentary, National CBC, 2002
    • What I Learned From the Drought
  • Ambience, CBC Regina, 1998
    • Coming Home
  • Ambience, CBC Regina, 1993
    • Landlocked

Audience Age Groups

    • Adults
    • Secondary School (10-12)
    • Middle School (6-9)
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