Marty Gervais has given an interview with CBC Windsor about Walk in the Woods and the process of photographing and writing for this unique collection that showcases one of Windsor/Essex's best kept secrets! To read more from the CBC interview please follow the link. Get your copy from Black Moss Press today!
If you are looking to learn more about Indigenous culture this month, look no further than these fine titles by Lenni-Lenape poet Daniel Lockhart. A Turtle Clan member of Eelünaapéewi Lahkéewiit (Lenape), and a registered member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation, Lockhart currently resides at the south shore of Waawiiyaatanong (Windsor, ON-Detroit, MI). Lockhart’s latest collection of poetry from Black Moss Press, Tùkhòne (2020), straddles the Canada/America border and blends scenes of urban and Indigeneity with traditional Japanese Haiku and Haibun. Drawing from
We're excited to unveil a new project that will allow you to connect with your favourite poets like never before! Anthology is a poetry book club that meets on the Zoom platform Sundays from 1:30pm – 2:30pm. The club runs 6 months a year (July, Aug, Sept & Jan, Feb, March) and consists of: three Zoom meetings per month two books of poetry and a meeting with both authors. Prices: (tax and shipping included) $60 for Zoom link and 2 books $50