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Literary

Of, relating to, or dealing with literature: literary criticism. Of or relating to writers or the profession of literature: literary circles. Versed in or fond of literature or learning.


Association of Manitoba Book Publishers

Association of Manitoba Book PublishersThe Association of Manitoba Book Publishers (AMBP), representing a diverse group of Manitoba publishing houses, coordinates joint marketing projects such as Prairie Books NOW (a magazine dedicated to Prairie publishers and writers) and Manitoba Book Week (a week-long celebration of Manitoba publishing); and advocates for the continued evolution of one of Manitoba’s most culturally dynamic industries – publishing.

Website: http://ambp.ca/
Phone: 204-947-3335
Association of Manitoba Book Publishers
404-100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3
Canada

Border Crossings

Border CrossingsAs a non-profit arts organization, Border Crossings' mandate is to provide a forum for artists and a vital record of contemporary art and culture for readers.

Website: http://bordercrossingsmag.com/
Email: info@bordercrossingsmag.com
Phone: 204-942-5778
Border Crossings
500-70 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1G7
Canada

Manitoba Writers Guild

Manitoba Writers GuildThe Manitoba Writers' Guild provides professional and personal support to Manitoba writers throughout their writing lives.

Website: http://www.mbwriter.mb.ca/
Email: info@mbwriter.mb.ca
Phone: 204-944-8013
Manitoba Writers’ Guild
218-100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3
Canada

Prairie Fire

Prairie FirePrairie Fire is an award-winning Canadian journal of innovative writing that is published quarterly by Prairie Fire Press, Inc. Each issue is a fresh, vibrant mix of fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction by our most celebrated writers and the hottest new voices of our emerging writers. It consistently features solid writing that will engage your mind and delight your spirit.

Website: http://www.prairiefire.ca/
Email: prfire@prairiefire.ca
Phone: 204-943-9066
Prairie Fire Press, Inc.
423 – 100 Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3
Canada

Winnipeg International Writers Festival

Winnipeg International Writers FestivalIn September each year, Winnipeg welcomes writers from Canada and around the world for a week of readings, lectures, interviews, conversations, book launches, and other events. That week of literary feasting—which reaches out into the rural areas of the province as well—is THIN AIR, the Winnipeg International Writers Festival.

Website: http://www.thinairwinnipeg.ca/
Email: info@thinairwinnipeg.ca
Phone: 204-927-7323
Winnipeg International Writers Festival
624-100 rue Arthur Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3
Canada

The Writers' Collective

The Writer’s CollectiveTHE Writers' Collective supports, encourages and recognizes the work of new and emerging writers. We are here to help you practice your craft, whether it's poetry, fiction, memoir or something else entirely. We'll help you make connections - to other writers, to readers, to mentors - and get involved in the writing community in Manitoba.

Website: http://thewriterscollective.org/
Email: thewriterscollective@gmail.com
Phone: 204-799-9443
The Writers’ Collective
300 – 245 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0S6
Canada
Last update: September 19, 2014