Complete Unbound audiobook series

$36.00

The complete Unbound audiobook series: over 36 hours of some of Nova Scotia’s best fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

  • Lagomorph (Written and performed by Alexander MacLeod / 46 minutes / 2021 / Fiction)
  • Ocean (Written by Sue Goyette & performed by Leah Pritchard / 1 hour, 41 minutes / 2022 / Poetry)
  • Scotch River (Written by Linda Little & performed by Matthew Lumley / 12 hours, 41 minutes / 2022 / Fiction)
  • Song of Rita Joe: Autobiography of a Mi’kmaw Poet (Written by Rita Joe & performed by Catherine Anne Martin / 5 hours, 54 minutes / 2022 / Poetry & nonfiction)
  • The Door of My Heart and Other Poems (Written by Maxine Tynes, curated by Evelyn C. White, & performed by Tara Taylor / 36 minutes / 2021 / Poetry)
  • The Leaving (Written by Budge Wilson & performed by Margaret Muriel Legere / 5 hours, 52 minutes / 2021 / Fiction)
  • We Keep a Light (Written by Evelyn M. Richardson & performed by Martha Irving / 9 hours, 5 minutes / 2021 / Nonfiction)

Unbound (2021 – 2022) was an audiobook series featuring fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by Nova Scotian authors. A co-production of the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia (WFNS) and Neptune Theatre, the series breathed new life into the works of foundational and exceptional authors, giving Nova Scotians (and the world) an opportunity to experience and explore these works in a new format. Each Unbound audiobook was performed by a local actor or writer and recorded at Neptune Theatre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Investors & Partners

WFNS acknowledges the Nova Scotia Creative Industries Fund for the Arts for its investment in Unbound and Neptune Theatre for its partnership in realizing this project.

WFNS is also grateful to Cape Breton Books, Fitzhenry and Whiteside Limited, Gaspereau Press, Nimbus Publishing, Penguin Random House Canada, and Pottersfield Press for their permission to produce and distribute Unbound audiobook titles.

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Recommended Experience Levels

The Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia (WFNS) recommends that each workshop’s participants share a level or range of writing / publication experience. This is to ensure that each participant gets value from the workshop⁠ and is presented with information, strategies, and skills that suit their current writing priorities.

To this end, the “Recommended experience level” section of each workshop description refers to the following definitions developed by WFNS:

  • New writers: those with no professional publications (yet!) or a few short professional publications (i.e., poems, stories, or essays in literary magazines, journals, anthologies, or chapbooks).
  • Emerging writers: those with numerous professional publications and/or one book-length publication.
  • Established writers/authors: those with two book-length publications or the equivalent in book-length and short publications.
  • Professional authors: those with more than two book-length publications.

For “intensive” and “masterclass” creative writing workshops, which provide more opportunities for participant-to-participant feedback, the recommended experience level should be followed.

For all other workshops, the recommended experience level is just that—a recommendation—and we encourage potential participants to follow their own judgment when registering.

If you’re uncertain of your experience level with regard to any particular workshop, please feel free to contact us at communications@writers.ns.ca