The 67s Editing Team, under Black Moss Press, is happy to reveal the cover of Bruce Meyer’s upcoming work, 1967: Centennial Year. The main title, 1967, is the most prominent aspect of the cover because it is the focus and selling point of the book. “1967” is also featured in a number of the poem titles, connecting… Read more »
Threshold Publishing, a Black Moss team, is excited to release the cover of Barry Brodie’s book, TOM THOMSON On the Threshold of Magic. After much deliberating, designing, and collaborating, the design was finally chosen from a collection of mock-ups. The cover depicts a man in a canoe paddling into the unknown. Our intention with the… Read more »
Honegger’s oratorio KING DAVID will be performed, with the Laurentian University choir, at St. Andrew’s Place in Sudbury, on March 17 at 7.30 pm. Roger Nash will be paling the part of the Narrator in the oratorio. If you enjoyed Roger’s poem “Singing” from Zigzags, then you won’t want to miss this tale of David fighting the… Read more »
Please enjoy these photos of Laurence Hutchman, Daniel Lockhart, Vanessa Shields and Kara Smith reading at St. Joseph’s High School. Thank you again to the Poets for taking the time to bring their poetry into the high school, and thank you to St. Joseph’s for welcoming us into the school.
Just a reminder that Bruce Meyer will be appearing this Friday at Storytellers Book Store in Windsor. Please see the image below for more details. See you there!
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 »
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 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 »
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 »
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 »
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.
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Black Moss Press is kicking off the fall season with several events featuring a wide variety of writers. Leading the way is Vanessa Shields launching her newest book of poetry Look At Her on September 22nd at the Studio Theatre Jackman Dramatic Arts Centre of the University of Windsor. Poet Vanessa Shields always dazzles audiences with her… Read more »
Hi everyone. It’s a busy time at the press, what with launching 6 books this season (with a 7th on the way.) And we want to make sure that you’re all caught up on tour dates and signings for your favourites. So we’re sending our authors far and wide in an effort to make sure… Read more »
Join Black Moss poets Anna Yin, Marty Gervais and John B. Lee at the Mississauga Central Library on September 14th as they participate in a Poet Laureate reading. Taking place at 7 pm, the event will include Canadian Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke, and Mississauga Youth Poet Laureate Rebecca Zseder. Hosted by Governor General Award… Read more »
Black Moss Poets Karen Mulhallen and Anna Yin recently participated in the Love Poetry Festival. This is the first year of the Love Poetry Festival celebrating the lives of Milton Acorn and Gwen MacEwen. Please enjoy the following video of the festivities.