Today, we’re talking about writing with André Narbonne! We’re also thrilled to feature readings from Twelve Miles to Midnight and You Were Here.

 

André’s short story collection, Twelve Miles to Midnight is shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed award!

 

You can find his recent poetry collection, You Were Here, through Flat Singles Press or locally at Biblioasis!

 

Today’s harmonica segment: write a poem about a childhood memory or experience. You can tweet us about it @hardcoverradio.

 

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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 makes horror unique? What should aspiring sci-fi and horror writers do to get their names out there? What are all those buttons on Darth Vadar’s chest plate for? We talk about all of this and more with local author Christian Laforet!

 

Christian’s first collection, The Space Between Houses, started out as a writing blog.

 

No Light Tomorrow, featuring stories by Christian Laforet and Ben Van Dongen, is available through their publishing imprint, Adventure Worlds Press!

 

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We’re so thrilled to have cozy mystery author Ellie Alexander back for another Hardcover interview!

 

Her Bakeshop Mystery series combines baking, the Shakespeare-infused tourist town of Ashland, and murder! You can find her books on her website or on Amazon.

 

Keep an eye out for her 7th book, A Crime of Passion Fruit, coming out this June.

 

Also exciting is her upcoming beer-flavoured series, Death on Tap!

 

Listen to our first interview with Ellie here.

 

Today’s harmonica segment: immerse yourself in a particular place, and write a scene about it! Or, send us 6 beer-inspired puns @hardcoverradio

 

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This week, we’re talking with Windsor author, Edmond Gagnon! From crime fiction to travel fiction, this self-published author has a lot to say about the craft and how to promote yourself and your books!

 

 

You can find more about Edmond and his books on his website or his Facebook page!

 

Edmond’s newest book, Finding Hope, is about the Highway of Tears, a stretch of highway where thousands of women have gone missing.

 

Today’s harmonica segment: what do you think about crime shows or crime fiction? Send us a tweet @hardcoverradio!

 

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This week, we’re talking with Sharon Ledwith, a Windsor author who writes Young Adult time travel fiction!

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You can find her series, The Last Timekeepers, through Amazon or Mirror World Publishing!

 

You can also find updates about her upcoming books on her Facebook page or her website!

 

Today’s harmonica segment: Follow your dreams! Tweet us about it @hardcoverradio

 

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Today, we’re interviewing Windsor author, Christopher Canniff!

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You can find his book, Poor Man’s Galapagos, on Amazon or on his website.

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Check out Christopher’s events on October 24th and November 1st. Visit his website for more information!

 

#HarmonicaSegment: Write about your experience in another country and tweet us about @hardcoverradio

 

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P.S. – Just realized we never explained the title for today’s episode. “Twig” is in reference to the smaller branches of the Canadian Author’s Association.

Today we’re talking with Joey Ouellette, writer in all mediums with an active role in the Windsor theatre scene!

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You can find Joey’s theatre group, Purple Theatre on Facebook!

 

His Red Detective series is available through Amazon!

 

Catch Joey in Paper-Knife Theatre’s One Act Festival July 8-10th!

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#harmonicasegment: You’re off the hook this week – maybe try writing something in a genre you haven’t tried before!

 

Thanks for listening!