Posts Tagged: Betsy Warland

Betsy Warland to Edit The Malahat Review’s “Queer Perspectives” issue

The Malahat Review invites writers identifying as LGBTQ2S? to submit their work for consideration for an issue celebrating contemporary queer writing in Canada! Guest editors Ali Blythe, Trevor Corkum, and Betsy Warland are interested in considering submissions of exciting contemporary LGBTQ2S? writing by poets, short-story, and creative-nonfiction authors whose work makes vivid and particular their experience of being alive ...read more

Betsy Warland on Panels at Growing Room 2018

Growing Room: A Feminist Literary Festival returns from March 1-4, 2018 at various venues in Vancouver, BC. Betsy Warland will be at Growing Room on Saturday and Sunday, where she will be participating in and moderating panels, respectively. SATURDAY, MARCH 3 From Head and Heart: Expanding Genre in Memoir Leanne Dunic, Chelene Knight, Ijeoma Oluo, Bev ...read more

Making Your Writing Fly: A Self-editing Workshop with Betsy Warland

This summer, Betsy offers “Making Your Writing Fly,” a self-editing workshop for prose and poetry, presented by Island Mountain Arts. Effectively self-editing your work before you send it out to an editor, agent or publisher has become a must in today’s publishing environment. Whether you have a few strong pieces, a portion of or ...read more

Experiments in Creative Non-Fiction with Betsy Warland

Canadian Authors presents “Experimenting with the Potentials of Creative Non-Fiction,” a reading and talk by Betsy Warland, essayist, poet, and founder of The Writer’s Studio at Simon Fraser University. Reading from three of her non-fiction works, Betsy will illustrate her compositional techniques and strategies in her creative non-fiction writing. Although this is not a workshop, we recommend ...read more

Spring Workshop: West Coast Writers Urban Retreat with Betsy Warland

West Coast Writers is pleased to announce our upcoming urban retreat: a day-long intensive with critically acclaimed poet and author, Betsy Warland. Navigating contradictions, the unknown, or the forbidden in a group of poems or a lyric-prose narrative.  When our subject inherently has contradictions, unknown or forbidden aspects, how do we write into it, ...read more

Betsy Warland at Growing Room 2018!

Growing Room is Room magazine’s annual literary festival, a celebration of diverse Canadian writers and artists, and Betsy Warland is honoured to be included in the stellar lineup! Growing Room: A Feminist Literary Festival will return this year from March 1-4! Details coming soon.  

Vancouver Manuscript Intensive Accepting Applications

The Vancouver Manuscript Intensive is accepting applications for 2018. VMI is an in-depth one-to-one mentorship program that pairs you with a professional author to develop your manuscript to its fullest potential. VMI mentorship begins with an in-person meeting to develop a rapport, discuss your manuscript, and confirm your goals. In preparation for this meeting, ...read more

Elee Kraljii Gardiner Joins Vancouver Manuscript Intensive

The Vancouver Manuscript Intensive is proud to welcome Elee Kraljii Gardiner to the roster of exceptional VMI mentors including Rachel Rose, Evelyn Lau, Jane Silcott, and more. Gardiner will be editing poetry and creative nonfiction for the Vancouver Manuscript Intensive. She will also offer a six-week Memoir Writing Workshop beginning Oct. 18, 2017. Elee Kraljii ...read more

VMI Mentor on Top 10 List of Most Borrowed Books

Novelist, screenwriter, director, and VMI mentor, Karen X. Tulchinsky, made the list of the Top 10 Most Borrowed Canadian Books from the Vancouver Public Library’s collection. The list was revealed by the Vancouver Public Library to celebrate Canadian literary contributions on Canada Day. Data compiled over the last 15 years featured The Five Books of ...read more

Photos: VMI Celebrates 2017 Grads

Congratulations to this year’s VMI grads, who celebrated the completion and development of their manuscripts at the Havana Café on June 4, 2017. Thirteen writers read from their prose, poetry, creative non-fiction, and cross-genre manuscripts, including two who came all the way from Saskatchewan and Alberta. C. Groumoutis V. Chalker Whitfield D. Corcese K.J. ...read more