Bruce Meyer Windsor Signing

Bruce Meyer will be appearing in Windsor on March 3rd where he will be signing copies of Portraits of Canadian Writers. Don’t miss out! He will also be sharing exclusive details about his upcoming book with Black Moss Press! Click the link to visit the Facebook event page and RRSP: link. See the poster below… Read more »

All Four Love Reading Success

Thank you to everyone for coming out to the All 4 Love reading at the Thames Art Gallery and making the event a huge success! The event featured readings by poets Cornelia Hoogland, Vanessa Shields, Kara Smith, and Debbie Okun Hill. Please enjoy the following pictures from the event. If you missed out and you… Read more »

Roger Nash Reading and Poetry Nomination

Roger Nash will be reading at Nipissing University on Tuesday, February 7th from 9-10:30 alongside Dr. Laurie Kruk and Dr. Sarah Winters. He will be presenting material from his newest work Zigzags. Complimentary refreshments will be provided. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Roger and get a signed copy of Zigzags. For more information please see the attached PDF: KrukandWinters_Feb7… Read more »

Bernice Lever Readings

Calling all British Columbia poetry lovers! If you’re looking to get your hands on a signed copy of Bernice’s Small Acts check out this list of events that she will be featured in. On January 28th at 7pm, Bernice will be reading at the “Never a Dull Word” event through the Bowen Island Arts Council, at… Read more »

Congratulations Anna Yin!

A big congratulations to Anna Yin for being runner up for the 2017 Blue Light Books Twitter Contest! To see her winning poem click the link.

Kara Smith Book Signings

We are proud to introduce our newest member of the Black Moss family Kara Smith, with her newest book The Artists of Crow County. See the list of events below for a chance to meet her in person and buy a signed copy of her book! Thursday, January 26th, 12-1:30 – University of Windsor Bookstore Reading… Read more »

Vanessa Shields Signings

Happy 2017 everyone! Heres a little update on some of the things Vanessa Shields is getting up to in the new year. Click the link for a list of events and signings that she will be featured in.

Roger Nash CBC Morning North

Follow the link to listen to a radio show in which Roger Nash and his wife Chris Nash read 50 year old love letters that they sent back and forth to each other: link. In a world of instant messaging, Facebook and Skype it’s difficult to think about what it was like years ago when these things… Read more »

Barry Brodie 2017 Title Reveal

The Black Moss team (known as Threshold Publishing) working on Barry Brodie’s new book would like to share the title that they’ve been working so hard on. Keep checking back for more details and exclusive blog posts as we get closer to the launch date! Threshold Publishing is excited to finally announce the title for our… Read more »

Bruce Meyer 2017 Title Reveal

Big news everyone! We’ve got the exclusive story on how the team working on Bruce Meyer’s newest book chose a title. Keep an eye out for this latest work in Spring 2017. The title that has been chosen for Bruce Meyer’s newest book of poetry is 1967: Centennial Year. Choosing this title was not an… Read more »

Roger Nash Readings

If you haven’t had the pleasure of hearing Roger Nash read now’s your chance. On December 1st Roger will be taking part in Lay Your WORD Down, a reading series in Cobourg at The Human Bean, more details to come. Following that on December 3rd, Roger will be appearing with special guests Kim Fahner and… Read more »

Look At Her Review

It is my pleasure to share with you a glowing review by Ronnie R. Brown of Vanessa Shields’ Look At Her, now in its second print run. Follow the link to Vanessa’s website to read all about it: link. Congratulations Vanessa!

Vanessa Shields and Roger Nash

Vanessa Shields is bringing Look At Her to a city near you as she wraps up her tour. On November 13rd she will be in Toronto at the Junction Reads and Writes Series. Following this on 13th she will appear in Whiteby for Bookapalooza, a literary fair with readings and special guests. Wrapping up her tour,… Read more »

Poetry at the Manor and Bookfest Windsor

The last two weeks have been chock full of literary events around the city of Windsor. On October 27th Marty Gervais hosted the 4th annual Poetry at the Manor, an evening featuring the talents of Poet Laureates from across the country. The night was a success, with standing room only. The poets included: Yvonne Blomer (Victoria,… Read more »

Voodoo Journal in The Star

Don Lajoie’s newest book The Voodoo Journal has made it to The Windsor Star. Click the link to read all about it, then go get a copy for yourself!

Poetry at the Manor Next Week!

Poetry at the manor is just a week away and to celebrate this we have a special guest post from Marty Gervais, the man who is responsible for the whole thing. Enjoy: Nearly five years ago, Windsor set the standard across Canada for bringing together poets laureate from various Canadian cities for a major literary… Read more »

Poetry at the Manor Vol 4

This years instalment of Poetry at the Manor is less than two weeks away! Make sure you arrive early on October 27th to Willistead Manor as past gatherings have been standing room only. This year we have are honoured to host poets from across Canada, with Yvonne Blomer (Victoria, British Columbia), Micheline Maylor (Calgary, Alberta), Anna… Read more »

Zigzags

Zigzags, a collection of Nash’s latest poetry, explores how virtually none of our thoughts, actions or feelings go very far without becoming paradoxes and contradictions. Some paradoxes are humourous, but some are deadly. The poems debunk an intellectualism that pretends we can strategize straight lines of progress to our goals. Rather, “Life’s walking a straight… Read more »

Look At Her

In her follow up to I Am That Woman, Shields’ new collection of poetry is rooted in questions, answers and reflections about womanhood that pulsate through her lived experience as mother, poet, wife, daughter and friend. Whether Shields is reaching into her past – the history, the women, the houses; or holding the present in her… Read more »