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Event Update

The University of Guelph’s Writers Workshop is returning from hiatus for its 7th year of operation.

This upcoming Writers Workshop 2018 will be held on the weekend of Saturday, March 3rd and Sunday, March 4th, 2018.

What is the Writers Workshop?

The annual Writers Workshop at the University of Guelph Library hosts over 20 different writing workshops, taught by award-winning fiction writers, magazine writers, food and travel writers, social media and digital communication professionals, scientists, technical writers, and academic writing experts. At our 2016 event, we had approximately 1000 university-affiliated and community attendees, up 42% from 2015.

This 2-day event is FREE for everyone, including the greater Guelph community.

When can I Register to Attend?

Program information will be available soon. 

Registration will open on January 15th, 2018. 

*Please note that registrations are limited due to room sizes and seating restrictions.

  • We do strongly recommend that you register early
  • Register for individual sessions
  • Please register for only one workshop per time slot
  • You do not have to attend the full day

Where will the Writers Workshop be Held?

University of Guelph, McLaughlin Library, 3rd floor


Parking is free on campus on the weekends. 
Need Accessible Parking?


If you require special accommodations to attend this event (or accessible parking), please contact writers.workshop@uoguelph.ca as soon as possible and no later than February 10th, 2018. 

Attendees will be supported in their use of a guide dog and their own Personal Assistive Devices.

Lot P44 offers accessible parking in close proximity to the Library. The Library is also equipped with accessible elevators, washrooms, and drinking fountains.

Comments or Questions?

Email us at writers.workshop@uoguelph.ca

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