Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Organization: Saskatchewan Writers' Guild and Regina Public Library
Location: Central Library - 2311 12th Ave, Regina
The Regina Public Library and the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild is proud to present a panel of Indigenous authors. These talented writers will speak about their personal paths and some of the key messages in their work. This moderated conversation leaves time for audience interaction and questions.
This is a FREE event.
Meet our panelists:
|Louise Halfe |
Sky Dancer was raised on Saddle Lake Reserve and attended Blue Quills Residential School. Louise is married and has two adult children and three grandsons. She graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina. She also completed two years of Nechi Training in St. Albert’s Nechi Institute where she also facilitated the program. She served as Saskatchewan’s Poet Laureate for two years and has traveled extensively. She has served as “keynote speaker” at numerous conferences. Her books, Bear Bones and Feathers, Blue Marrow, The Crooked Good, and Burning In This Midnight Dream published by Coteau Publishers have all received numerous accolades and awards. Louise was also awarded an honorary degree from Wilfred Laurier University.
Monique Gray Smith
Presented in partnership with the Regina Public Library’s Writes of Spring program. Writes of Spring is a month-long celebration of writers and readers featuring author talks and programs for new, aspiring and established writers.
For more information, please contact:
Cat Abenstein, Program Coordinator
T: 306.791.7746 | E: email@example.com
Additional funding provided by: