September 30-October 2
Gaelic College, St. Ann’s
This year’s Festival brings together some of Canada’s most celebrated writers across many genres. Governor-General Award winner Rosemary Sullivan, two time Stephen Leacock Award winner Terry Fallis, Silver Birch Award winner Kevin Sylvester, Giller Finalist and Thomas H. Raddall Award winner Russell Wangersky, Winterset Award Finalist Leslie Vryenhoek, Margaret and John Savage First Book Award winner Sarah Mian, acclaimed Conundrum Press publisher Andy Brown, and Nova Scotia Established Artist Award winner Christy Ann Conlin. The festival is pleased that Jared Bland Arts Editor of The Globe and Mail will join us again this year.
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Tickets are now on sale at The Gaelic College Craft Shop. To purchase tickets please call 902-295-3441. The Craft Shop is open seven days a week from 8:30am – 5:00pm.
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For completing our survey at this year’s festival you could win this beautiful pottery by Sara Bonnyman. “It is hard to express yourself with words when you have spent a lifetime expressing yourself with your hands. I started learning to make pots when I was fourteen and I’m stiRead More
Saturday, October 1, 3:30 pm We are proud to present the multi award-winning writer and Officer of the Order of Canada Rosemary Sullivan in conversation with Jared Bland. Sullivan’s most recent non-fiction work, Stalin’s Daughter, tells the incredible story of Svetlana Alliluyeva, whoRead More
Our workshops and writer sessions provide readers with a unique experience.
Each of the sessions brings a writer and a group of readers together for a
couple of hours to discuss the writing process in an informal and intimate
atmosphere. Join us as we explore and delve into the worRead More
ST. ANN’S, NS–The Eighth Annual Cabot Trail Writers Festival will be held from September 30 – October 2 at The Gaelic College in St. Ann’s Bay, Cape Breton. This year’s Festival brings together some of Canada’s most celebrated writers across many genres. Governor-General ARead More