Write After Lunch
Join us at noon on the first Tuesday of every month from OCT to JUN
For a series of FREE lunchtime talks. Beginning at 12:15 pm and ending at 12:45 pm.
You can attend in person at the Regina office (Suite 100, 1150-8th Avenue).
Or if you prefer, you can participate from your home, office, or favourite Wi-Fi spot.
Through our free LiveStream service. Instructions can be found on the SWG website.
Write After Lunch is a public event open to everyone and there is no need to register. Don’t forget to bring your own lunch and we’ll provide coffee, tea, and water.
OCTOBER 7 TALK:
Kelley Jo Burke: Playable: Lessons of Playwriting for Other Writing Forms
Burke is an award-winning playwright and poet, a director, storyteller,
documentarian, and broadcaster. She directs and produces for stage and radio,
and is the host of SoundXchange,
CBC Saskatchewan's radio performance hour on Saturdays at 5 pm on CBC Radio
and poetry have been produced and published in Canada, and around the world,
including her stand-up documentary, Ducks on the Moon (Hagios), which she has
performed around Canada, and which was the basis of an IDEAS documentary of the
same name, her award-winning stage plays The Selkie Wife (Scirocco) andCharming and Rose: True Love (Blizzard), and her CBC radio play "Big
Ocean", which was heard in seven countries in 2000. Her documentaries for
CBC Radio's IDEAS also include "Chorus of Angels", "Mothers of
Miscarriage" and "The Word for World is Imagination; The Worlds of
Ursula K. Le Guin". She was also the 2009 winner of the Saskatchewan
Lieutenant-Governor's Award for Leadership in the Arts.