Dr. Michael Akpata featured in February/March Edition of Windsor Life

An article written by Dick Hildebrand about Dr. Michael Akpata’s book “Life Behind the Mask” has been featured in Windsor Life Magazine! Check out pages 105-106 to see the whole article.

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REVIEW: Keith Inman’s “The War Poems: Screaming at Heaven”

Keith Inman’s War Poems: Screaming at Heaven by Elspeth Cameron Is there such a thing as a “born poet”?  I think of Robbie Burns or Al Purdy.  If so, Keith Inman is one of them.  A quiet man who watches and reflects, the “words stay[ing] under his tongue,” as one of his poems puts it. ... Read more »

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REVIEW: Keith Inman’s “The War Poems”

We Live Small Lives, review by John B. Lee, Poet Laureate of Brantford, Poet Laureate of Norfolk County   The War Poems by poet Keith Inman is an amazing book.  I have to say it is one of the best books of poems I’ve read in quite some time.  It is brilliant! I think that... Read more »

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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!

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READING: Debbie Okun Hill in London, ON

Get ready for Debbie Hill, London! Debbie will be the featured poet at the DECEMBER 3 London, Ontario open mic poetry night. The Details Where? The Mykonos Restaurant at 572 Adelaide St. North, London, Ontario. When? December 3, at 7:00PM And for all those who can hardly wait for some of Deb’s poetry, here’s a... Read more »

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REVIEW: bpNichol’s Organ Music

Head over to Arc Poetry‘s site to read a short and sweet review of Black Moss Press author bpNichol’s work Organ Music.  

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REVIEW: Lisa Shatzky’s BLAME IT ON THE MOON

Poet Michael Dennis has posted a lovely review of Lisa Shatzky’s Blame it on the Moon. To read what Dennis had to say about this great book of poetry, click here.

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Goodreads Bookshelf

We now have a Goodreads bookshelf. Rate and review your favourite Black Moss titles and authors. And when you’re done, pick your next read!https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/32499590?shelf=black-moss-press

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INTERVIEW: Bruce Meyer

Bruce Meyer has been interviewed by blogger Brandon Crilly about his new book Time of the Last Goal. Curious to find out more about Meyer’s new book? Follow the link HERE.

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REVIEW: Susan McMaster’s Paper Affair

Check out the new review of Susan McMaster’s Paper Affair by Colin Morton! http://poets.ca/2014/08/13/paper-affair-poems-selected-and-new-susan-mcmaster-black-moss-press-2010/

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REVIEW: Debbie Okun Hill’s “Tarnished Trophies” by John B. Lee

Tarnished Trophies   Debbie Okun Hill Black Moss Press, 2014, 88 pp. ISBN 978-0-88753-528-4 Review by John B. Lee In a recent conversation former hockey player Wayne Gretzky — the Great One — is quoted as saying, “If I were playing in the NHL today …” and it is not difficult to infer a certain level... Read more »

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REVIEW: Debbie Okun Hill’s “Tarnished Trophies”

Athletes’ Journey –A Review of Debbie Okun Hill’s “Tarnished Trophies” By Anna Yin I am sitting in the gym of the University of Alberta, watching the 2014 Canadian Table Tennis Games. Between games, I open Debbie Okun Hill’s “Tarnished Trophies”. This is Mrs. Hill’s first collection of poetry. It paints a picture of the athletic... Read more »

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BOOK REVIEW: John B. Lee’s Burning My Father

Burning My Father Review by: Ronnie R. Brown John B. Lee Black Moss Press, 2014, 87 pp ISBN: 978-0-88753-532-1   How is a great poet created? Well, in the case of John B. Lee, the author of over 50 books; whose work has appeared internationally in over 500 publications; who is the poet laureate of... Read more »

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REVIEW: Debbie Hill’s “Tarnished Trophies”

An amazing review was posted on Amazon.ca for Debbie Okun Hill’s book Tarnished Trophies. One of the great aspects of literature is that it creates discourse. We welcome all kinds of conversation, and one of the best ways to create it is by leaving reviews for Black Moss Press books on Amazon.ca… Here’s the link... Read more »

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BOOK REVIEW: Lisa Shatsky’s “Blame It on the Moon”

A lovely review has been written by Bernice Lever, a poet and freelance editor on Bowen Island, BC. The review is expected to be published in David Fraser’s Ascents magazine. Read on….             “Blame It on the Moon”, Lisa Shatzky’s second book, if an exploration of her many philosophical questions about her personal and human... Read more »

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An Important Announcement: Distributor Change

As of June 1st, Black Moss Press has changed book distributors. We are no longer with LitDistCo and are now represented by the distributors Fitzhenry & Whiteside. This may cause some issues when attempting to order via Amazon, but don’t fret! Keep smiling, and simply email us–we’ll solve the problem and get you your books... Read more »

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Book Review: I Am That Woman

 Anne Burke, Chair of the Feminist Caucus, League of Canadian Poets gave her time to review Vanessa Shields‘ First Lines book of poetry ‘I Am That Woman‘. Thank you Anne! Review of I am That Woman, by Vanessa Shields (Windsor, On: Black Moss Press, 2013) 64 pp. paper Here is title number nine in Books... Read more »

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Kate Hargreaves’ Talking Derby Book Reviewed in Shameless Magazine & Herizons!

Congratulations to Black Moss Press writer Kate Hargreaves for the positive review of her book Talking Derby: Stories from a Life on Eight Wheels, published in the Fall issue of Shameless magazine! Here it is! And please turn to page 41 in this link Herizons v27n2 Fall 13 (d2) for a review in Herizons magazine. Way... Read more »

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April Bulmer’s “Women of the Cloth” Gets Reviewed!

Congratulations to one of our newly published authors April Bulmer on her book of poetry entitled Women of the Cloth. It has been reviewed here: Review by Andreas Gripp More to come on April’s book launch!

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You Can Always Eat the Dogs: Reviewed by Dr. Don Morrow

John B. Lee, You Can Always Eat the Dogs: The Hockeyness of Ordinary Men. Windsor, Ontario: Black Moss Press, 2012, 88 pages. Reviewed by Dr Don Morrow, Western University Canada, London, Ontario, Canada. John B. Lee is no stranger to the world of sport literature and to members of the Sport Literature Association. Lee is... Read more »

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