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Storytelling Workshop with Richard Van Camp

When: Saturday, February 4, 2017 from 12:00 to 3:00
Where: Ken Mitchell Library, SWG Regina office, 100-1150 8th Ave, Regina

FREE workshop, light lunch provided. All you'll need to bring is some writing tools and a good sense of humour!
SPACE IS LIMITED, so please confirm your attendance at swgip@skwriter.com.**The workshop is now FULL. Thank you to those who registered!

Please join Saskatchewan Writers' Guild in partnership with LSSAP for an intimate and detailed workshop that explores the ins and outs of storytelling. Humourous and approachable, Richard Van Camp will navigate the workshop and will be available for one-on-one guidance and questions. All ages are encouraged to join. 

Richard Van Camp is a proud member of the Dogrib (Tlicho) Nation from Fort Smith, Northwest Territories. He is the author of two children’s books with the Cree artist George Littlechild: 'A Man Called Raven' and 'What’s the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses?' He has published a novel, 'The Lesser Blessed', which is now a feature film with First Generation Films; his collections of short fiction include 'Angel Wing Splash Pattern', 'The Moon of Letting Go and Other Stories', 'Godless but Loyal to Heaven' and 'Night Moves'. He is the author of four baby books: 'Welcome Song for Baby: A Lullaby for Newborns'; 'Nighty Night: A Bedtime Song for Babies' and 'Little You' (now translated into Cree, Dene and South Slavey!) and 'We Sang You Home'. He has two comic books out with the Healthy Aboriginal Network: 'Kiss Me Deadly' and 'Path of the Warrior'. His graphic novel, 'Three Feathers', is about restorative justice; his new novel, Whistle, is about mental health and asking for forgiveness and his graphic novel, 'The Blue Raven', is about mental health. His graphic novel, 'A Blanket of Butterflies', is s about peacemaking where a grandmother is the hero of the story and his latest graphic novel, 'Spirit', is about suicide prevention.

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