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Peggy Worrell
700 5th Ave. SW
Swift Current SK  S9H 4B



  • My writing is who I am, it’s my way of being in the world. I draw my readers into folksy tales about ordinary people, then surprise them. Even I am surprised by my plucky characters and my cheeky stories. I am surprised by life.

    Stories come to me, I do not go looking for them. When I am asked about my writing style, I am stumped. I say I have a hairstyle, I change it every few years, but I sense that’s not a proper answer.

    Goodness, disappointment, happiness, and grace are of interest to me.

    A few times in my life, I have been the recipient of grace. Some call this luck or good fortune or serendipity. Others use the word blessing. As a writer, short fiction is my first love. Novel whispers from behind the bushes, but I have promised to remain faithful to this modest form in full knowledge of Anne Enright’s warning: “A concentration on the short story form is taken as a sign of writerly purity though it still does not pay the bills.”

Professional Services

  • Lecturing/Public Speaking » Conferences, Keynote Addresses, Special Events
  • Teaching/Instruction » Professional Development Workshops, Writer-in-Residence


  • Proudflesh. Thistledown Press, 2014
  • A Bit of Bother. Spring magazine, 2013
  • Lunch at the Empire State Building. Prairie Journal online, 2012
  • Mary Had A Lamb. The Nashwaak Review, 2012
  • Four Fridays. Mental Munching, Prairie Quills Writers' Group, 2012
  • Betsy And The Bell. Tickled by the Quills, Prairie Quills Writers' Group, 2010
  • Squeaky. Transition Magazine, Canadian Mental Health Association, SK Division, 2010
  • Anastasia Zuck. The Society, St. Peter's College, 2010
  • Big Mary's Love Life. Characters, Prairie Quills Writers' Group, 2008
  • Henry "Pa" Weinmaster. The Globe and Mail, 2005

Broadcast Works

  • SoundXchange, CBC Radio SK, 2012
    • Mary discovers the answer to Yeats' question,
      "Why should seek for love or study it?" Why not?

Workshops Offered

  • Creativity for Professionals [Nurses, Teachers, Administrative Professionals, etc]
    • Group Size:
      • 12-48
      An interactive workshop offering practical approaches for a more creative approach with clients, customers, or co-workers and refreshing ideas for expressing your creative side in your workplace and home. Goals: renewed motivation & increased job satisfaction.

Audience Age Groups

    • Adults
    • Secondary School (10-12)
    • Middle School (6-9)
    • Elementary School (K-5)
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