Available Tickets for Stratford Writers Festival & Appetite for Words

DigiWriting Stratford Writers Festival

Stratford Writers Festival | October 20-22, 2017

Where Readers & Writers Meet

The DigiWriting Stratford Writers Festival, held in the artistic and literary town of Stratford, brings writers together with readers where they can interact, discuss, and share literature through author readings, panel discussions, Q&As, author book signings, and writer workshops. The festival features international and Canadian award-winning authors, and emerging Canadian and local writers.

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Appetite for Words Festival

Appetite for Words Festival | October 27-29, 2017

A Literary Festival with a Culinary Twist!

Experience the literary and culinary arts in a new way at this innovative festival in Stratford, Ontario. At literary dinners, food is matched with an author’s readings, so participants can actually taste the words they’re hearing. A literary cocktail tasting and a literary coffee pairing experience are also anticipated events. During workshops, participants can build their skills and increase their knowledge of both the culinary and literary arts. From a literary picnic-style farm lunch to a wine tasting seminar, come whet your appetite for literature during our collaboration with the Stratford Chefs School.

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Write Now Retreat

Write Now Retreat | October & November 2017

Annual Writing Retreats

Each year, we assemble a team of award-winning authors to lead intensive writing retreats with daily instruction, one-on-one consultations, and creative exercises to encourage and inspire writing.

Surrounded by Stratford’s artistic vibe, this creative and nurturing environment helps take your writing to the next level, whatever stage you’re at.

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DigiWriting #CanLitPit Twitter Pitch Event

CanLitPit | July 11, 2018

Canadian Literature Pitch

Each year, Canadian writers from across Canada are invited to pitch their polished, unpublished manuscript in 140 characters or less during #CanLitPit (Canadian Literature Pitch). Turning the traditional querying process on its head, #CanLitPit occurs FREE on Twitter, with participating Canadian publishers looking for new, undiscovered voices.

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