We’re happy to have Janine Marley back with us to talk about theatre and her ongoing directing projects!

 

Coming up this weekend, Paper-Knife Theatre presents Runaway!

 

Don’t miss The Edge Productions show, The Boys in the Band!

 

Janine has also done work with Groundling Theatre Company in Toronto! You can read Janine’s reviews on the Stratford Festival Review page or on her theatre blog A View from the Box.

 

You can follow Janine on Twitter @thetheatregirl

 

 

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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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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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Ever wonder what it’s like to be published? Shawna Diane Partridge tells us all about it! From inspiration to burnout, Shawna gives us some insight about what being published is like.

 

You can find Shawna and her book Rule of Seconds on FacebookLatitude 46 Publishing or Chapters!

 

Today’s harmonica segment: tweet us your favourite first line! @hardcoverradio

 

100 episodes of Hardcover! It’s incredible to think about, and is only possible because of your support and encouragement. Thank you for listening!

For women’s week and for our 99th episode, we’re interviewing Carley Schweitzer, program director at CJAM 99.1 FM!

 

Check out Carley’s show Everything’s No Good!

 

Visit cjam.ca for information about upcoming events, a full program schedule, and volunteer opportunities!

 

Today’s harmonica segment: what are you listening to right now? Tweet at us @hardcoverradio

 

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This week, we’re talking with Ben Van Dongen, a Windsor author and co-founder of Adventure Worlds Press!

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Adventure Worlds is now an imprint of Mirror World Publishing!

 

You can find Ben on Facebook or on his website.

 

Harmonica Segment: have a writing project you’ve always talked about doing? Why don’t you start this week? Tweet us about it @hardcoverradio

 

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And Amilcar Nogueira is back on Hardcover! This time we’re talking about Rogue One (minor spoilers), poetry, and arts grants!

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Photo credit: Eveline Csomor

 

Here is a photo of our studio:

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You can find Amilcar @amealcar. Keep a lookout for his upcoming chapbook and Windsor-based press!

 

Special thanks to the City of Windsor Arts, Culture & Heritage Fund (ACHF) for providing Amilcar with funding and for supporting artists in the Windsor area!

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We are thrilled to have Owen Swain back on the show, this time talking with us about his newly published (colouring) book!

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You can find #tourdesketch on Mirror World‘s website!

 

Check out Owen on Facebook!

 

Harmonica Segment: #tourdesketch a location in Windsor you’d like Owen to draw, or draw your own onsite sketch! You can tweet those to us @hardcoverradio!

 

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Today, we’re talking about some of our favourite films and the writing that went into them!

 

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#harmonicasegment: what are some of your favourite movie moments? Comment below or tweet them to us @hardcoverradio!

 

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