Lorraine Gane events

Lorraine Gane is headed to Toronto this month, where she’ll be holding three events to read from her new poetry collections The Blue Halo and The Way the Light Enters. We hope you can check them out. Here is her schedule: June 9 (7 p.m.) at the Orangeville Public Library, 1 Mill St. June 16 (8 p.m.) at The Art Bar,… Read more »

READING: Lorraine Gane in Salt Spring!

Lorraine Gane will read from her two new poetry collections, “The Way the Light Enters” and “The Blue Halo.” Where? Salt Spring Library When? January 15 at 7 p.m. See you there, West-coasters!

BOOK LAUNCH: Lorraine Gane

Salt Spring and BMP poet Lorraine Gane is launching two new poetry collections this fall: The Way the Light Enters (Black Moss Press) on Sunday, October 12, (2-3 p.m., meet at the barn at Ruckle Park, rain or shine). It will be an hour full of readings along one of the most beautiful coastal walks… Read more »

Lorraine Gane

Lorraine Gane was born in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and grew up in Toronto. She began writing poetry in her mid-teens, and after high school attended Carleton University’s journalism program in Ottawa for four years. She worked as a full-time writer and editor for major Canadian newspapers and magazines, including The Windsor Star and Toronto Life before becoming a freelancer in… Read more »

Authors

Here is a list of our many talented authors. We are working on adding links to their Black Moss Press published books for you to purchase. Akpata, Michael Beaudoin, Penny-Anne Beissel, Henry Bell, Roger Blomer, Yvonne Brodie, Barry Brown, Ronnie R. Bulmer, April Carter, Terry Ann Cook, Greg Cott, Gillian D’Alimonte, Carlinda Dabydeen, Cyril Everest,… Read more »

Even The Slightest Touch Thunders On My Skin

In the early ’90s, Lorraine Gane’s fiancé was diagnosed with inoperable cancer, dying nine months later during a bone marrow operation in New York City. This first collection of poems chronicles her journey through doctor offices and hospitals, but also reveals through dreams and monologue a deeper response to the death and its aftermath. Her… Read more »