Black Moss Press

Book Launch: Where the Map Begins & What Time Can’t Touch

Date and time

Tuesday, April 2 · 7 – 10pm EDT


Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre

3277 Sandwich Street #W Windsor, ON N9C 1A9


7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Book Launch and Dramatic Reading Performance

9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Meet and Great with Authors


The evening will feauture notable guest speakers, a live performance and a meet and greet with the authors. There will be refreshments provided and book sales at the event. Tickets to the event are not required but do garauntee a spot in our limited venue. In addition every ticket counts as an entry into our raffle give away. We will be giving away wonderful prizes generously donated by local stores. Books may be purchased in advance online and picked up at the event. There will also be a book sales table available during the event.

What Time Can’t Touch is a collection of poems that travel back in time: into the hearts, homes, graveyards, and historic buildings of Amherstburg, Ontario. Drawing inspiration from the historic buildings featured in Meg Reiner’s best-selling book Heritage Buildings of Amherstburg, six local poets from various backgrounds have asked what it means to be from a place. These poems offer readers a warm welcome into the stories of Amherstburg’s past – stories that continue to shape the town’s unique sense of place.

Where the Map Begins is an upcoming poetry anthology from Black Moss Press. The collection features fourteen poets, each hailing from one of Windsor’s ten wards. With a focus on history, memory, and identity, Where the Map Begins explores what it means to be from Windsor and honours the landmarks, neighbourhoods, and individuals that make up the story of the city.

These books were published with the assistance of university Windsor students in the editing and publishing course. This course gives students a hands-on opportunity to experience the world of publishing and work with many talented authors.

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