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CCWOC is pleased to announce its Winter 2019 Writer/Storyteller-in-Residence, DUNCAN MERCREDI! Duncan will be in residence with us from January until April if you'd like to consult him about any aspect of your written work. Or feel free to enroll in his weekly writing workshops, starting on January 31, 2019! Please join us for Duncan's inaugural reading at the university on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, from 2:30-4pm in St. John's Cross Common Room. All are welcome to this FREE event, which will be followed by a small catered reception.
The Centre wishes to thank its Fall 2018 Writer-in-Residence, TRISTAN HUGHES, for his many events and contributions to our literary community. Wishing you all the best in your future work!
CCWOC wishes to congratulate this year's recipients of the CD Howe Memorial Foundation Fellowships in Creative Writing & Oral Culture, Michelle Lietz and Dominique Reynolds. For more information about these two exceptional scholars, please click here.
CCWOC is happy to announce that its Director, Warren Cariou, has been recognized as an “extraordinary teacher” at the University of Manitoba’s 25th Annual Students’ Teacher Recognition Reception (STRR). Congratulations, Warren! This is a well-deserved distinction!!
The University of Manitoba has recently included Indigenous scarves as official academic dress for convocation. To read more about this important development, please click here.
Dr. Susan Rich
CCWOC CCPPA Project Coordinator,
CCWOC Media Technician,