It’s been an exciting couple of days at the Festival office. Tickets went on sale at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, May 29. Despite the temporary technical glitches with both the telephone and online systems, our patrons persevered. Here’s where we stand on Friday afternoon, May 31: The events with Terry Fallis and Elizabeth Hay are … Continue reading “Thank you!”
The Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts and the Sechelt Hospital Foundation are thrilled to co-present Dr. Brian Goldman in conversation with Vicki Gabereau on Sunday, July 7 at 2 p.m. Brian Goldman is an author, CBC Radio broadcaster (White Coat Black Art) and an emergency room physician in a downtown Toronto hospital. His … Continue reading “Dr. Brian Goldman in conversation with Vicki Gabereau”
Volunteer Co-ordinator/Administrative Assistant The Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts is seeking a Volunteer Co-ordinator/Administrative Assistant. This is a temporary position: Tuesday, May 21 to Friday, August 23. The position is 5 days/35 hours per week with overtime hours during the period August 12 to 18. Hourly rate: $14.50 per hour. This position is … Continue reading “Summer Intern Position”
Sunshine Coast students in grades K to 12 are invited to submit their work for the 9th edition of the Coastal Voices anthology of student writing that will be published in June 2019. Work can be submitted via classroom teachers or directly to John Lussier at Roberts Creek Elementary School. • Submission deadline is March … Continue reading “Call for Submissions”
The Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts and the Sunshine Coast Restorative Justice Program are proud to present Carys Cragg on Wednesday, November 21 at 7 p.m. at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. Cragg’s participation at the 2018 Festival of the Written Arts was moving and memorable. As an adult, she began a correspondence … Continue reading “Carys Cragg – November 21, 2018 at 7 p.m.”
Festival of the Written Arts board member, and podcast producer, Sean Eckford presents highlights and interviews from day 3 of the 2018 festival.
Festival of the Written Arts board member, and podcast producer, Sean Eckford presents highlights and interviews from day 2 of the 2018 festival.
2019 Festival dates are August 15-18.
Festival of the Written Arts board member, and podcast producer, Sean Eckford presents highlights and interviews from day 1 of the 2018 festival.
We regret to announce that Dawn Dumont (Event #9) and James Maskalyk (Event #11) have withdrawn from the Festival. The following programming has been arranged to replace these writers. Event #9 – Starlight by Richard Wagamese Event #11 – Carys Cragg in conversation with Andreas Schroeder Tickets If you have purchased tickets for Dawn Dumont, they … Continue reading “Programming Changes”