Morin's concrete, found, collage, typewriter and sound poems have achieved an international reputation. He has not presented his work in Windsor - where he lives - since 2006. Reading-performance & typewriter talk The evening will be divided in two. The audience is invited to come to one or the other or to both events. At 7:30, Morin will give a reading-performance from his work. In the second part, starting at 8:30, he will offer an informal talk on his typewriter poems that will be projected onto the gallery wall. These events are funded by the Canada Council for the Arts, Artcite Gallery, CJAM 99.1 FM, as well as by the School of Creative Arts and the Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing at the University of Windsor. Where one can find Gustave Morin's work Gustave Morin's work has appeared in numerous anthologies, including Detours: An Anthology of Poets from Windsor & Essex County, edited by Susan Holbrook and Dawn Marie Kresan (Palimpsest, 2013), The Last Vispo Anthology: Visual Poetry 1998-2008, edited by Craig Hill and Nico Vassilakis (Fantagraphics, 2012), Switch & Shift: New Canadian Writing, edited by derek beaulieu, Jason Christie and Angela Rawlings (The Mercury Press, 2005), Pissing Ice: An Anthology of ‘New’ Canadian Poets, edited by Jon Paul Fiorentino and Jay MillAr (BookThug, 2004), and The Common Sky, edited by Darren Wershler-Henry and Stephen Pender (Three Squares Press, 2003). His books include The Etc BBQ (BookThug, 2006), A Penny Dreadful (Vancouver, BC: Insomniac Press, 2003), and Spaghetti Dreadful (Ubu Editions, 2003). New Star Books will be publishing his next booklength work this fall. The Satellite Literary Reading Series Gustave Morin is the fourth and final writer to present in the English Department's Satellite Literary Reading Series. The series spanned the 2014-2015 academic year. Other writers who presented in the series were Jacqueline Turner, Kate Hargreaves, and Cecily Nicholson.
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