We've all read Shel Silverstein, Sheree Fitch, and other children's writers that we want to be because they have such a way with words. How do they do that? How is writing for children different (and the same) as writing for adults? CANSCAIP Friend Paula Jane Remlinger talks about about what works and what doesn't in children's poetry.
The talk takes place at the Ken Mitchell Library in Regina, Saskatchewan. If you can't make it there, you can view the talk live during the event or for 30 days afterwards (to July 18) at:
No registration is required, but to watch the event online you will need to create a free account at livestream.com.
Find out more about Paul Jane at the SWG website.
Presented by SK CANSCAIP and sponsored by the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild.
CANSCAIP office is located within the Centre for Social Innovation, Annex.
720 Bathurst St., Suite 503, Toronto, ON M5S 2R4
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