Online learning helped students in the Publishing Practicum course work together to create and launch a book.
Two programs of the City of Windsor will promote the work of young poets.
English professor Karl Jirgens has seen the Leddy Library create a digital archive of his literary magazine Rampike.
Author Marty Gervais will read from his latest story collection, “Nine Lives: A Reunion in Paris,” Thursday in a class on Windsor’s literary culture.
A practicum course in publishing has inspired English grad Ayesha Mumal (BA 2018) to pursue a career in that field.
A virtual ceremony celebrated 2020 recipients of the Windsor Mayor’s Arts Awards and grants from the Windsor Endowment for the Arts.
Haunted Walks through neighbourhoods around campus will present some Windsor ghost stories, Oct. 29 and 30.
A brunch Oct. 20 during BookFest Windsor will celebrate 50 years of local literary publishing house Black Moss Press.
Willistead Manor is the setting of a reading by poets laureate from across Canada on Tuesday, Oct. 8.