Windscript is the annual magazine of high school writing published by the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild since 1983. The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild is proud to support the fresh, original work of student writers. We thank, in advance, the teachers and librarians who encourage their students to submit their creations for the upcoming issue.
We welcome students to submit creative writing in any and all forms - poetry, prose, and creative non-fiction - for Windscript.
Please note that as in all writing competitions, these guidelines are very important and must be followed in order for submissions to be accepted.
Annually on January 15.
Send submissions to email@example.com. Attach document to the email as a doc, docx, rtf, or txt file. Put Windscript in the subject line.
If email is unavailable submissions can be mailed to: Windscript, Box 3986, Regina, SK, S4P 3R9
Copies are available through the SWG office. We reserve the right to limit the number of copies per person. We hope you enjoy reading the remarkable poetry and stories from the high school students whose works were selected!
Windscript Vol. 33 launch took place at the Artesian on 13th in Regina as part of the Cathedral Village Arts Festival. Seventeen young writers contributed to Windscript Vol. 33, three of whom were awarded for their creative pieces of writing, and three who were noted as honourable mentions.
Many thanks go to Edward Willett for editing this volume. Thanks to each and every student who sent in their work, and to Saskatchewan's teachers and librarians who encourage student writing.
Congratulations to the 2017 Award Winners!
Jerrett Enns Award for Poetry: Ashley Harder
Honourable Mention for Poetry: Kendall Bistretzan
Jerrett Enns Award for Prose: Kendall Bistretzan
Honourable Mention for Prose: Angela Yuzik
Currie-Hyland Prize for Poetry: Tiana Lafreniere
Currie-Hyland Prize Honourable Mention: Sanoi Dansereau
Windscript has been publishing the best of Saskatchewan high school students' literature since 1983. Windscript was created by Victor Jerrett Enns, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild from 1982 to 1988. His enthusiasm and determination kept the magazine alive in its first two years until permanent funding could be found. For twenty-one years the magazine was distributed free to all high schools and libraries in the province. By 2004 funding sources were no longer available and the print publishing of the magazine was replaced by electronic versions through the Guild’s website. In 2011, due to popular demand from students and teachers, as well as offering it online, the Guild managed to publish this magazine for promising young writers in print form once again.
Jerrett Enns Awards
The Jerrett Enns Awards are two awards of excellence for high school student writing in poetry and prose named in honour of Victor Jerrett Enns, Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild from 1982 to 1988. A third award for art was discontinued in 1996. Today, the poetry and prose awards continue to be presented, as well as an Honourable Mention in each category.
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Tel: (306) 791-7746