Today, we’re talking about Margaret Atwood and her dystopian fiction!



Don’t miss Margaret Atwood’s reading at the University of Windsor Thursday, May 11th at 12:00 pm. Check out UWindsor’s website for more information.


This week’s harmonica segment: pick up a Margaret Atwood novel and let us know what you think! Tweet us your thoughts @hardcoverradio!


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What does -gregious mean? Or -whelmed? Nicole Markotić talks with us about what happens when we remove prefixes from words and how fun language can be!


You can find her newest book of poetry, Whelmed, on Amazon.


The poems featured on the show today are “up” and “The Minotaur Dreams.”


#HarmonicaSegment: Think of a word that stood out to you today and write a poem about it!


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We’re continuing our series for Poetry Month with poet Faizal Deen! From academia to the archives, from his published collection to Star Wars, to his new collection of poems coming out this fall, our discussion takes us through many avenues of poetic inspiration and manifestation!



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Faizal and Sabrina



Faizal’s new collection of poetry will be available through Mawenzi House this fall!



Harmonica Segment: we’d like to know if there’s been something you’ve read or found or seen lately that you’d like to write about! You can tweet us about it @hardcoverradio!



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Today we’re talking writing and Canadian Lit with Amilcar (AJ) Nogueira, who is the student writer-in-residence at the University of Windsor!


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Let us know which Canadian authors you’re reading @hardcoverradio!


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