A Manor of Words – 10 years of Poetry at the Manor
This new anthology celebrates 10 years of Poetry at the Manor, the unique poetry event at Windsor's historic Willistead Manor. This anthology brings together the work of poets from across the country who have read to standing-room-only crowds in the
Join us for our homecoming at the Windsor Club. Featuring SEVEN Black Moss Press authors in a night so fun we can't just call it a reading. This is going to be a Poetry Party! Mary Ann Mulhern Vanessa Shields Peter Hrastovec Laurie Smith Christopher
Black Moss Press author longlisted for the Giller Prize!
Very Exciting News! Huge Congrats to André Narbonne Lucien & Oliva has been longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize
Black Moss Press Calendar of Events
Mark your Calendars You're Invited! 4 upcoming Poetry Readings Windsor's Homecoming Sept 14, Kickflip into the sunset Sept 30th, Poetry at the Manor Oct 18th, and Canada's Homecoming Nov 9th All FREE events
Black Moss authors Menard & Narbonne launch new books
Black Moss authors André Norbonne and Christopher Lawrence Menard launch their new books at a sold-out event at the Windsor Club.
Christopher Lawrence Menard launches his first book May 11, 2022
Christopher Lawrence Menard launches his first book – at the end beginnings – A Memoir in Poems – May 11, 2022 at the KordaZone Theatre, 2520 Seminole Street, Windsor. Tickets are free – Space is limited Reserve now: Use Eventbrite call Julienne
Fish and Fiction
Black Moss Press proudly present two amazing authors, Andre Narbonne and Peter Hrastovec. Join us for a reading, author talk, Q&A & book signing. Andre Narbonne’s novel Lucien & Olivia is a love story set in Halifax, the Great Lakes, and Eastern Seaboard
Local Magic in Amherstburg
Featuring three amazing new books and four local authors: • Peter Hrastovec • André Norbonne • Nick Hildenbrand • Jovan Stevanov April 28, 2022 7 p.m. River Bookshop 67 Richmond St, Amherstburg Space is limited Click here for free tickets
Back to Back Events!
for tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fish-fiction-tickets-318249792697 Join us Wednesday April 27th for a night of Fish & Fiction at the Windsor Club, and again Thrusday April 28th to celebrate Local Magic at River Bookshop in Amherstburg. Two nights of fun, four local authors, and
University of Windsor Editing & Publishing Practicum Gears Up for Poetry Book Launch on April 6
After seven hard months of work, University of Windsor practicum students will soon get to show off the books they helped publish. Read more about these students and the great work they've done.
The Black Moss team is happy to announce two upcoming in-person events. Join us Thursday March 24, at River Bookshop, and Wednesday April 6th at KordaZone Theatre.
Marty Gervais talks about Walk in the Woods
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
The Poet’s Voice Reading Series: Featuring Mary Ann Mulhern & Robert Hilles
This November installment of the Poet's Voice Reading Series, sponsored by Black Moss Press, features Mary Ann Mulhern and Robert Hilles and is hosted by Julienne Rousseau. Listen as these two talented writers read from their recently published books, both
Indigenous History Month: D.A. Lockhart
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
The Poet’s Voice Reading Series: Laurie Smith & Mary Ann Mulhern
Welcome to June's instalment of the Poet's Voice Reading Series! This month we're pleased to host Cranberry Tree Press co-publisher Laurie Smith (Suck and Spit, 2020), and Windsor Poet Laureate Mary Ann Mulhern (The Midnight Moon Sings of Murder, 2020).
Poetry to Lift Our Hearts – June 13 Zoom reading by Elizabeth Zetlin for Seniors’ Month
Celebrated poet, videographer and environmental activist Elizabeth Zetlin reads June 13 at 2 p.m. on Zoom. Click read more below for more information.
The Three Sisters − everything I know about literature I learned on the farm
I sat down and gave writing about the farm some serious consideration and wrote this nine part essay.
Pandemic Poems featured in Windsor Regional Hospital
Poems from Windsor authors on the pandemic are being featured at the Met Campus of Windsor Regional Hospital.
TONIGHT – The Poet’s Voice Reading Series features Keith Inman, Eva Kolacz, and Laurence Hutchman
We feature Black Moss Authors Keith Inman, Eva Kolacz and Laurence Hutchman.
New work from our poet laureates for Poetry Month 2021
A poem each from Windsor’s Poet Laureate Mary Ann Mulhern, Youth Poet Laureate Samantha Badaoa, and Poet Laureate Emeritus Marty Gervais. These poems come from the book A Dance of Self-Isolation, a collaboration with the City of Windsor
New work from John B. Lee for Poetry Month 2021
John B. Lee is back with a new collection of poetry: Something Else. Lee returns to the land of his youth to turn the fertile earth so it yields a harvest with an almost extra-sensory connection to the soil.
New work from Victoria Butler for Poetry Month 2021
In her first book, Barrie Ontario’s first female Poet Laureate Victoria Butler has created a collection of poetry that uses humour and wit to display a sense of heartache and nostalgia. Backdropped by Ontario's urban and rural spaces
New work from Robert Hilles for Poetry Month 2021
Robert Hilles’ newest collection of poetry From God’s Angle is a narrative of the Chernobyl disaster and the nearly thirty-five years that have passed since
New work from Eva Kolacz for Poetry Month 2021
Three poems from Eva Kolacz’s newest collection Solace, which will be released in fall 2021 by Black Moss
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