Time is running out to submit your manuscript to this year’s Atlantic Writing Competition!
We're blasting off to Hal-Con Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention from October 30 - November 1 in Halifax. We'll have signings by Sherry D. Ramsey, Cynthia d'Entremont, BR Myers and Kat Kruger. If you're attending the con, drop by and say hello! We'll be in the vendor area of the Scotiabank Centre at F7!
In addition to chatting with potential new members about what we do, we'll also have a series of author signings:
Friday, October 30
3 - 4 PM - Kat Kruger
5 -6 PM - Sherry D. Ramsey
Halifax, NS – The Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia (WFNS) is pleased to announce the winners and the shortlist for this year's Atlantic Writing Competition for Unpublished Manuscripts.
Join the WFNS and Project Bookmark Canada to #RaiseaGlass4Alistair at 7:00, October 1, at the Company House in Halifax. Celebrate the unveiling of the first Project Bookmark plaque in Nova Scotia, which features a passage from Alistair MacLeod’s No Great Mischief, at this evening of Cape Breton music and readings from MacLeod’s work, a fundraiser for Project Bookmark.
Summer may be nearly over, but Fall means lots of great workshops and courses!
Fiction From Scratch with Gwen Davies
If you're new to fiction, this is the course for you! Explore fiction over six Saturday sessions.
Saturdays, October 17 - November 21, 2015. 1:00-3:00 PM.
$120 Members/$180 Non-Members
If you're a lapsed or new member, you can join the WFNS for $20 for the balance of 2015! Membership is valid from August 1 - December 31, 2015. If you register prior to August 1, you will be activated on that date.
The big week is finally here! Join us as we celebrate the shortlist for the 2015 East Coast Literary Awards!
The East Coast Literary Awards celebrate and promote excellence in writing from Atlantic Canada. The number of titles submitted each year are a testament to the diversity and quality of writing from all four Atlantic provinces. And although jurors have the unenviable task of selecting one winner for each Award, each year's shortlists introduce local, national, and international readers to a tremendous body of work and the vibrant culture of the region.
Currently, the Awards are: