Throughout April, “Windsor’s Resilient Voices” is placing short six-line inspirational poems on interior advertisement spaces across the Transit Windsor fleet of buses, on social media, and throughout select City of Windsor facilities including the WFCU Centre Vaccination Clinic.
People can collect a lot over their lifetime, but it’s memories of a life well lived that are the most important collectibles. A new book titled Grace of Falling Stars is a collection of poems by local professor, author and the
WINDSOR, ONT. -- Windsor’s mayor and poet laureates have penned a poetry book filled with a collection of pieces reflecting on the global COVID-19 pandemic. Mayor Drew Dilkens, Poet Laureate Mary Ann Mulhern, Poet Laureate Emeritus Marty Gervais and Youth Poet
Students in the editing and publishing practicum at the University of Windsor managed to form friendships and publish a book, Bruce Meyer’s Grace of Falling Stars, all without ever meeting each other.
Plans are well underway to mark National Poetry Month in Windsor with “Resilient Voices” that will feature short, six-line inspirational poems from area writers on interior advertisement spaces across the Transit Windsor’s buses and throughout select facilities beginning April 1,
I’ve followed the career of Laurence Hutchman through many books and years. It is gratifying to see that he’s lost none of his expressive genius. - Paul Hedeen on Goodreads