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Let's talk about writers and writing, right here in Sin City. Before we were the Motor City, one of the nicknames we were known by was "Sin City." Maybe that's why we've got so many great stories to tell. Our Windsor-Detroit region is full of inspiring poetry, first rate fiction, outstanding non-fiction, amazing writers, and exciting publishers. At All Write in Sin City, we aim to bring them to you. Check out our shows here, or take a listen wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
The #1 Source For Las Vegas Hip Hop. Hosted by: ConFlix. Make sure you check out our show every Wednesday night at 9pm PST. We feature some of the hottest underground artists from all over the country. Feel free to email us your music, shout outs, and announcements at sincityradio@mail.com
 
*People 18 or Over Please* Hot chicks and beer. That's what "Sin City Sessions" is all about. From models to actresses, from alcohol makers to free love advocates, from dating experts to cougar experts, we talk to them all. Plus funny songs, hilarious news stories, and just plain dirty fun. 9 p.m. pacific/midnight eastern Tuesdays. We are proud to be apart of Miss OohLaLaa
 
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This live event was recorded on October 15, 2022 at the Chimczuk Museum in Windsor, Ontario as part of the BookFest / Festival du Livre Windsor 2022 literary festival. You will hear a conversation with moderator Gord Grisenthwaite and Louse Bernice Halfe Skydancer, Carol Rose GoldenEagle, Joseph Kakwinokanasum, and Tyler Pennock. The event has been…
 
A vibrant live event courtesy of the City of Windsor's Poet Laureate & Storytellers' Program, held on September 17, 2022 in the Coach House of Willistead Manor, Windsor, Ontario. Featuring and presented by outgoing Youth Poet Laureate, Alexei Ungurenaşu With contributions by: Poet Laureate Emeritus Marty Gervais, Victoria Hecnar, Mbonisi Zikhali Zo…
 
A special episode for you in the midst of the Fall Literary Festival Season! The wonderful poets Luke Hathaway and Alexandra Oliver recently appeared at Biblioasis Bookstore. Their publisher, Dan Wells introduces them. Episode edited for length. Enjoy these dynamic readings! Luke Hathaway is a trans poet, librettist, and theatre maker. His mythopoe…
 
A resident of Erie Beach, Ontario, Ian Kennedy is a secondary school teacher and journalist with a passion for sport and storytelling. In 2011, he founded CKSN (Chatham-Kent Sports Network), an online news outlet covering both amateur and professional athletes. His reporting has been featured on radio, in newspapers and publications that include Th…
 
Sarah Yi-Mei Tsiang is a poet, children’s writer, and all-around generalist when it comes to writing. Her books for children run the gamut from board books, Toesy Toes to YA Breathing Fire, with a whole bunch of picture books in-between. Her poetry books Sweet Devilry (winner of the Gerald Lampert) and Status Update (nominated for the Pat Lowther) …
 
Born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Stéfanie Clermont travelled throughout Canada and the United States, working at a wide variety of jobs, before settling in Montreal in 2012. Le jeu de la musique, her first book, was published in 2017. For this work, she won the prestigious Prix Ringuet of the Quebec Academy of Arts and Letters, the Quebec Arts C…
 
Kim Conklin is a writer, filmmaker, and podcaster. Kim’s stories, poems and films have appeared in journals, anthologies, and film festivals. Her journalism has appeared in broadcast and print, and her communications work has received more than 15 awards, including a Clio and a NY International Film Festival award. Her first novel, King of Hope rel…
 
ALEXANDER MacLEOD was born in Inverness, Cape Breton, and raised in Windsor, Ontario. He is the author of two internationally acclaimed books of fiction: Light Lifting, with Windsor’s Biblioasis, a winner of an Atlantic Book Award, and a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award, the Thomas Head Ra…
 
Former Detroiter Kimberly Garrett Brown is the Publisher and Executive Editor of Minerva Rising Press. Her work has appeared in Black Lives Have Always Mattered: A Collection of Essays, Poems and Personal Narratives, The Feminist Collective, Compass Literary Magazine, Today’s Chicago Woman, Chicago Tribune, The Rumpus and elsewhere. Cora’s Kitchen …
 
David Huebert’s writing has won the CBC Short Story Prize, The Walrus Poetry Prize, and was a finalist for the 2020 Journey Prize. David’s fiction debut, Peninsula Sinking, won a Dartmouth Book Award, was shortlisted for the Alistair MacLeod Short Fiction Prize, and was runner-up for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. David’s work has been published …
 
On April 22, 2022, Literary Arts Windsor and BookFest Windsor with funding from the Canadian Heritage Canadian Arts and Performance Fund celebrated a new outdoor and although very cool and rainy, well-attended event at Lanspeary Park in Windsor: BookFest Equinoxe. We welcomed wonderful musicians, but for rights issues, you’ll just hear the fabulous…
 
Cindy Hunter Morgan is the author of Harborless, a book of poems informed by Great Lakes shipwrecks, which was published by Wayne State University Press. It was a 2018 Michigan Notable Book and the winner of the 2017 Moveen Prize in Poetry. Apple Season won the Midwest Writing Center's 2012 Chapbook Contest, and The Sultan, The Skater, The Bicycle …
 
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