In 1990, a number of organizations joined together to merge the Young Authors’ Conference (YAC) and the National Book Festival into the more far-reaching Yukon Writers’ Festival. The goal was to highlight Canadian literary arts in the Yukon. While the main events are held at the Whitehorse public library, author readings take place in Dawson City, Watson Lake, and Carcross libraries.
Five writers, including one from the Yukon, will participate in a week-long series of events, sponsored by Yukon Education and Yukon Public Libraries.
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