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Miriam Körner

Miriam Korner

Miriam Korner

During a writing retreat, author Miriam Körner's work was questioned as an example of cultural appropriation. How do strangers caught in a loop of prejudice against each other learn to work together? more

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Yellow Dog by Miriam Körner

Yellow Dog by Miriam Körner

In Yellow Dog, Saskatchewan author Miriam Körner captures life in the north through the eyes of a teen named Jeremy as he learns how to run a dog sled and unravels a mystery about the elder who teaches him. more

Sask Books

After the Fire

Miriam Korner

As Miriam Körner learned in 2015 when she lost her northern Saskatchewan cabin, fire is a dangerous force of nature. more

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Violet and Victor Write...

Alice Kuipers

Saskatchewan has a wealth of literary talent writing in an amazing array of genres, including children’s picture books. more

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Miriam Korner

Miriam Korner

During a writing retreat, author Miriam Körner's work was questioned as an example of cultural appropriation. How do strangers caught in a loop of prejudice against each other learn to work together? more

People

Delmar Waiting for Brent

Myles Charles

Allen Sapp broke ground for First Nations artists using paint and canvas to reveal the intimacies between nature and Indigenous peoples. Myles Charles brings novelty and gentleness to this nationally important tradition. more

People

The lure of northern Saskatchewan waterways means paddlers will certainly cross paths with bears. more

Nature

Traditional travel by dogsled is a hard way to see the barren ground caribou but the result is exhilaration. more

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