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Susan HolbrookUWindsor creative writing professor Susan Holbrook shares credit with her English department colleagues for her poetry collection being shortlisted for a Governor General’s Literary Award.

Professor’s poetry short-listed for national award

UWindsor creative writing professor Susan Holbrook’s book Throaty Wipes has been short-listed for the Governor General’s Literary Award in Poetry.

Nino RicciAcclaimed author Nino Ricci will conduct his inaugural reading as UWindsor writer-in-residence Thursday, October 6, at 4 p.m. in Katzman Lounge.

Writer-in-residence ready for first reading

Acclaimed author Nino Ricci will conduct his inaugural reading as UWindsor writer-in-residence Thursday, October 6, at 4 p.m. in Katzman Lounge.

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image of First Nations designAn open mic night Monday will feature poetry and prose from around the world.

Open mic night to cross cultural boundaries

A teepee in the Campus Community Garden is the setting for an evening of poetry from all over the world tonight—Monday, October 3.

The event, entitled “The alchemy machine: poetry global,” is also open to spoken word performance, readings of prose or the work of a favourite author, says organizer Richard Douglass-Chin, a professor in the Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing.

Marnie LambCreative writing grad Marnie Lamb (MA 2000) has launched a crowdfunding campaign in support of her debut novel, “The History of Hilary Hambrushina.”

Debut novel nurtured by UWindsor creative writing studies: alumna

Creative writing grad Marnie Lamb (MA 2000) has launched a crowdfunding campaign in support of her debut novel, The History of Hilary Hambrushina.

students stroll on sidewalk in front of Dillon HallStretching from the Stephen and Vicki Adams Welcome Centre to the Leddy Library, Alistair MacLeod Walk will be a tribute to one of our University’s most acclaimed scholars, says president Alan Wildeman. Photo by James Brittain.

Campus walkway to pay tribute to late scholar

The naming of Alistair MacLeod Walk provides a tribute to one of the University’s most acclaimed scholars.