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Free poetry reading this weekend

A trio of poets will be reading at the Storyteller Bookstore on Ottawa Street this Sunday.

Tom Gannon Hamilton, Sharon Berg and Laurie Smith from Windsor will be reading at the bookstore at 1473 Ottawa St. between 1 and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Along with Lenore Langs (professor in the University of Windsor’s English department), Laurie Smith publishes and edits Windsor’s Cranberry Tree Press.

Smith is promoting her newest book, Said the Cannibal. She has an upcoming book on Charles Darwin.

books All the Words Between by Mary Ann Mulhern and Ask the River by Denis RobillardA night of poetry Wednesday, April 4, will launch two books worked on by students of the Editing and Publishing Practicum course.

Publishing practicum students to launch books Wednesday

A night of poetry Wednesday, April 4, will launch two books worked on by students of the Editing and Publishing Practicum course.

Former exchange student returns to discuss poetry

Long poems by Jeff Derksen and Juliana Spahr are the subject of a free public lecture sponsored by the English department in room 2101, Chrysler Hall North, today — Monday, April 2 — at 4 p.m.

Samuel Cooper, a former exchange student at the University of Windsor now completing doctoral studies at the University of Nottingham, will place these poems in the context of the neoliberal present in his talk, “Interstices: Contemporary Poetry and Uneven Development.”

Daphne MarlattA reading Monday by acclaimed poet Daphne Marlatt is free and open to the public.

Reading to feature Vancouver-based writer

A reading Monday by acclaimed poet Daphne Marlatt is free and open to the public.