Speak up. Create Waves. Inspire Change.
Submit a poem that inspires others to #LookDeeper and your art could be on the radio!
We’re looking for poetry or spoken word art that explores root causes of global issues such as hunger, health, education, and conflict, and inspires others to look deeper at our roles as global citizens. Deadline for submissions
February 29 March 4, 2016 at 5 PM.
Visit LookDeeper.ca/Call-for-Submissions to submit or learn more.
Want help writing? Join a FREE workshop during February:
Facilitated by a stellar line up of professional local poets and spoken word artists, these no-charge workshops offers Saskatchewan residents at any level of writing an opportunity to learn about poetry and spoken word techniques in an open, supportive environment. Participants will write and/or receive constructive feedback on poems related to social justice on the themes of health, food, education, and conflict.
Regina: Thurs, Feb. 11 @ 7 - 9 PM, Regina Public Library Central Branch
Facilitated by Gerald Hill, Saskatchewan Poet Laureate Registration required
Saskatoon: Sat, Feb. 13 @ 2 - 4 PM, Frances Morrison Central Library
Facilitated by dee Hobsbawn-Smith, Writer-In-Residence, Saskatoon Public Library Registration required
Moose Jaw: Sun, Feb. 21 @ 2 - 4 PM, Moose Jaw Public Library
Facilitated by Johnny Trinh, Smith, spoken word and interdisciplinary artist Registration required
Offered through a partnership between the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild, the Regina Public Library, the Saskatoon Public Library, the Moose Jaw Public Library, the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, and the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC).