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 24, 2017!
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.
Editors Saskatchewan represents editors and promotes the profession of editing.
Author-Novel Book 1 - Promised Land;; Book 2Love and Hate
Global Gathering Place engages and supports immigrants and refugees to intergrate and thrive in the Canadian Society.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools promotes excellence in learning, roots students in their faith, and encourages them to reach out and transform the world.
JackPine Press helps artists and poets publish handcrafted, unique chapbooks in limited editions.
In the adventures of the guardian, a teenage superhero balances school, homework, friends and supervillains
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.
Promotion of culturally relevant library services, including Aboriginal storytelling, for Indigenous peoples across Saskatchewan.
John Perret is a photographer who has published a new image book called Love This Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan's largest independent bookshop, committed to community, imagination and literary diversity. One stop for books, gifts and dining.
Meet Miji Campbell author of "Separation Anxiety: A Coming of Middle Age Story" and designer of Write Where You Are workshops.
Richy Roy debuts his first children’s story book, The Amazing Magician Richy Roy!
Saskatchewan Arts Alliance provides a collective voice that advocates for the arts in Saskatchewan
SEDA's vision is to train and equip our young people in the power of words and critical thinking through speech and debate activities.
The Saskatchewan Literacy Network Connects and supports literacy oranizations, literacy practioners, and learners throughout Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Writers' Guild is a provincial cultural non-profit organization that represents writers in all disciplines.