The Word On The Street's Exhibitor Marketplace is the largest of its kind in Canada. It offers festival-goers a window into the Canadian literary scene, the chance to purchase books from tons of vendors - it's Canada's biggest outdoor bookstore! – and speak with the people who fuel the publishing industry across the country. Find your next literary treasure on Sunday, September 18!
The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild - Saskatchewan Chapter supports, promotes, and seeks to inspire participation in traditional bookbinding and contemporary book arts.
Coteau Books is a not-for-profit publisher, proudly bringing you excellent Canadian literature since 1975.
“Sisters United: Women’s Suffrage in Saskatchewan” is an exhibit that showcases how women in Saskatchewan achieved the vote.
Dogs on Ice is a history of hockey at the University of Saskatchewan.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools promotes excellence in learning, roots students in their faith, and encourages them to reach out and transform the world.
Kennedy’s Parable serving Saskatoon and area, is one of the leading specialty Christian retailers of book, gifts and home décor items.
Les Editions de la Nouvelle Plume's Mission is to contribute to the building of francophone literature in Western Canada. Its role is to lend a voice to francophone culture.
Saskatchewan's largest independent bookshop, committed to community, imagination and literary diversity. One stop for books, gifts and dining.
PotashCorp, a Presenting Partner of the 2016 festival, is a fertilizer company that helps farmers produce food for our growing world.
Let Saskatchewan’s own geographic magazine introduce you to the region’s people and places with stunning photography and engaging stories.
READ Saskatoon addresses and supports the advancement of literacy and learning for our community.
Sage Hill Writing provides professional development opportunities for writers. Our faculty are nationally acclaimed writers.
A province-wide, non-profit, charitable organization providing professional and public programming for Saskatchewan’s library community
The Saskatchewan Writers' Guild is a provincial cultural non-profit organization that represents writers in all disciplines.
See the 2017 Willow Award finalists and learn how to vote for your favourite.
A group of organizations who exchange information, raise awareness, and collaborate to promote literacy
Saskatchewan’s largest school division, operates 44 elementary, 11 secondary, two associate and one alliance schools.
The Saskatoon Writers' Collective offers support, workshops and events for writers in the Saskatoon area.