Guest Writer Interview with Richard Scarsbrook
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Guest Writer Interview with Richard Scarsbrook

Ah, Richard. I met Richard at BookFest Windsor a few years ago. He was one of the YA (young adult) authors in attendance at the festival, and he participated in the award ceremony for the student writing contest winners. By ‘participate’ I mean he gave a kick-ass, engaging, entertaining and heartfelt talk to the students … Continue reading

NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2017 – A celebration of women BY ANGELHOUSE PRESS
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NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2017 – A celebration of women BY ANGELHOUSE PRESS

Angel House Press, operated and lovingly spreading its angel wings by Amanda Earl, is publishing one poem every day for the month of April. Not just any poetry –  “a new poem, video poem, collage, piece of book art, comic and visual poem by 30 contributors from around the world. The poems deal with discrimination, … Continue reading

Q&A With Writer Domenica Martinello –  She’s Iowa Writers’ Workshop Bound!
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Q&A With Writer Domenica Martinello – She’s Iowa Writers’ Workshop Bound!

It’s high time for another author interview, wouldn’t you say? This hot weather can really make you pine for a tall glass of water…well, let me give you one in the metaphorical sense…er…maybe she’s not that tall, but poet/writer Domenica Martinello is definitely a woman we need to know – and drink up! I met her … Continue reading

An Interview with Mary Ann Mulhern, Poet, on her new book, ‘How We Fare’
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An Interview with Mary Ann Mulhern, Poet, on her new book, ‘How We Fare’

Mary Ann’s latest hard-heart-hitting collection of poetry launched this past April (Black Moss Press), and is as powerful and timely as ever. Taking news stories and writing them into ‘poetic events’, Mary Ann’s poetry presents a different voice, a unique reading, and a necessary reflection on both tragic and triumphant human happenings. ‘How We Fare’ … Continue reading

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Interview with Michael Hargreaves (Musician/Songwriter – The Walkervilles)

I’ve been a major fan of The Walkervilles since I first heard their album, Meet the Walkervilles Live at Mackenzie Hall. Their soul-shaking, Motown sound is one that jumped up on me and hasn’t let go. Frankly, I don’t want it to! Since then, they have put out several singles, and another album, Rebirth of the Cool (available on … Continue reading

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Bruce Meyer – Poet, Writer, Teacher

Ahhh. National Poetry Month. Doesn’t it feel good to have a month recognized on a national scale all for poetry?! It sure feels warm and fuzzy to me! I think it’s been a busy, productive and culture-enriching month so far. To further enrich us in the all things poetry, I’ve invited guest *POET* Bruce Meyer to answer some intimately, … Continue reading