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Voices from Inside the Blue House: Writers in Collaboration

What happens when visual art inspires literature? Join five local writers, including the 2023-2024 Saskatoon Public Library Writer-in-Residence, Meredith Hambrock, as they read literary works inspired by pieces from Remai Modern’s current exhibition Views from the Blue House: The Remai Modern Collection. After the readings, writers will be available in the gallery by their chosen pieces to chat with visitors. 

Admission is by donation; free entry for members and youth.

Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.


SaskTel Theatre

About the Writers

Writer Meredith Hambrock.

Meredith Hambrock has worked in writing rooms on over 100 episodes of TV comedy. She most recently served as Executive Story Editor on the sitcom Corner Gas Animated where she wrote nine episodes of the Canadian Screen Award Winning series. In 2022, her episode “A Lot to Be Desired” was nominated for a Leo Award. Her debut mystery novel, Other People’s Secrets, was published in September by Crooked Lane Books and was called “audacious” and “fabulous” by the New York Times Book Review and was nominated for a Lefty Award in the Best Debut Mystery Category. Her second novel, She’s a Lamb! will be published in spring 2025 by ECW Press. She is the 2023-2024 Writer in Residence at the Saskatoon Public Library. 

Azee Amoo

Azee Amoo is a fourth-year student studying Business Economics at the University of Saskatchewan. Born and raised in Calgary, her second home has become Saskatoon after moving here for school. She’s heavily involved in the campus community, part of groups such as UNICEF USask, Peer Health and the USask Menstrual Project. A self-proclaimed creative spirit, Azee enjoys engaging with the arts and is currently working on honing her writing craft. As a copy editor for The Sheaf Publishing Society, she’s also had the chance to publish articles on topics ranging from world events to modern-day dating. This is her debut in the professional creative writing sphere. Amoo is an avid book collector (and in theory, reader as well), always open to trying new things, and nine times out of ten can be found with a different hobby than the last you saw her with.  

Josiah Nelson

Josiah Nelson holds an MFA from the University of Saskatchewan, where he teaches creative writing. His work has appeared (or is forthcoming) in Contemporary Verse 2, Grain, Hunger Mountain, The Nashwaak Review, Queen’s Quarterly, The Rumpus, and Saskatoon’s poetry initiative, Poetry Downtown. He’s currently working on his first collection of poems.

Kate O'Gorman

Kate O’Gorman’s short stories have appeared in The New Quarterly, Grain, untethered, and elsewhere. Her work has also been acknowledged in various writing contests including the Alice Munro Festival of the Short Story Competition and the John V. Hicks Long Manuscript Awards. Kate holds a MFA in Writing and lives with her husband in Saskatoon, SK on Treaty 6 Territory where she reads and reviews books at PrairieFlowerReads.com.  

Jaime Speed

Jaime Speed (she/her) is a Saskatoon-based poet who has been published in The Rat’s Ass Review, Hobo Camp Review, Anti-Heroin Chic, Channel, New Feathers Anthology, The Wild Word, Eunoia Review, Flora Fiction, Best Small Fictions, Hole in the Head Review, and Literary Mama, along with numerous other journals, collections, and anthologies. Her poetry is inspired by themes of family, place, grief, and love. She believes in art and kindness and loves pugs and coffee. You can find her poetry in downtown Saskatoon as part of the Poetry Downtown project, supported by the City of Saskatoon, Downtown Saskatoon and the Parliamentary Poet Laureate of Canada. Find her online at jaimespeed.ca and on Instagram.

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