As part of the Regina Public Library's Writes of Spring program Bernadette will present


Hiroshima Re-Envisioned: Anecdotes, Poetry, Images & More

Based on her 2016 and 2017 visits to Hiroshima, Japan, Bernadette has created a body of work that explores the impact of the Little Boy bomb dropped on August 6, 1945 on the people, the world, and her self with poetry, stories, and images. An excerpt from this work netted her tied for runner-up in the City of Regina Writing Award competition. Register here.

The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild and the City of Regina are pleased to present the 2020 City of Regina Writing Awards as a virtual awards show celebrating our winner and runners-up.


Wednesday, November 25, 2020

7:00 pm

Online via Zoom


Winner Iryn Tushabe will read from her award-winning novel Everything is Fine Here, and runners up Donna Gartshore and Bernadette Wagner will accept their prize. The SWG will also premiere a special short documentary about the City of Regina Writing Award and a few past winners.


This event is free and open to the public. To receive a link to the Zoom event, please register here:

Meet Canadian author, writer-editor, teacher


Bernadette Wagner

in performance with Jim Mitchell on guitar

7PM CST Tuesday May 19

on the Cathedral Village Arts Festival's digital stage

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