Click Here is a one
hour interview-based programme broadcast on CHUO-FM89
(and at www.chuo.fm)
Wednesdays at 5 pm. It deals with the arts,
socio-political issues, and community events.
Tune in to Click
here Wednesday May 16 at 5 pm, on
CHUO-FM89, for an
interview with slam poets Nathanael Larochette and Danielle
Gregoire about the
You can find out
more about Click Here by checking out our web site
Here in Ottawa, Carleton
University's radio station. Literary events friendly, and a good place on
your radio dial (93.1 FM) to listen to related programs and notices of
upcoming events. CKCU is live on the web: www.ckcufm.com
Each Thursday at 6:30 pm on www.ckcufm.com
host Jane Crosier interviews active writers, time allotted to read samples of
We hope you can tune in this week for a half hour of conversation
and readings on your community radio station, CKCU
For further information: Jane
Third World Players (TWP)
Can be heard Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. Eastern
Daylight or Standard Time, at 93.1 on the FM dial in the National
Capital Region, and on the Internet at CKCU-FM
For more information, contact:
C. Lloyd Stanford
Third World Players
Fax: (613) 746-5448
The Biblio File Radio Program
Time: 6:00-7:00 am EST Monday mornings
Location: Ottawa, Canada Radio: CKCU 93.1 FM.
World, Web: WWW.CKCUFM.COM
Host: Nigel Beale, writer, broadcaster, bibliophile.
Audience: Anyone with an interest in books, from tots to nonagenarians and
A modest Mission Statement: To produce the best radio program on books in
Goal: To provide listeners with intense, entertaining and informative
interviews and discussion about all matters related to books.
Format: Each program contains a short blurb describing acknowledged classic
works, 20-30 minute interviews with accomplished authors, short serialized
conversations with book collectors, book sellers, publishers, designers,
conservators, librarians; literary trivia and top 10 lists, and readings
from exceptional new/unpublished writers. On occasion, shows will be
dedicated to the discussion of Shakespearean plays and other works in the
Western Cannon with knowledgeable academics.
Feedback is invited: email@example.com
provided at this time
Poems of the Week Website
The Parliamentary Poet Laureate,
Mrs. Pauline Michel,
is proud to announce that the « Poems of the Week »
website is now again online. Mrs. Michel has
relaunched this website dedicated to Canadian poets
and their poems on June 5th. This project has been set
up by the previous Poet laureate, Mr. George Bowering,
From now on and until the end of Mrs. Michels mandate
on November 16th, readers will have access to poems
written by 48 living Canadian poets invited to share
their poetry. These poets come from all around the
country, they are from several ethnic origins, they
are women as well as men. Their work is already well
known or will soon be. French writers and English
writers are equally represented.
Two new poems will be available each week : one in
French, the other in English. Previous poems will
remain online in the archive section so readers can
read them until the end of the project.
Visit this out of the ordinary website, which makes
the promotion of Canadian poets and contributes in
its way to the Canadian literature radiance.
Source: P. Michel
Ottawa Poetry Podcast
as of February 2006, the Ottawa Poetry
Podcast is online at:
Currently uploaded to the site are audio files of original poems read by
Max Middle & Stephen Rowntree. In the coming days, the voices of other
Ottawa poets will be added. In addition to studio recordings, an unedited
live recording, documenting a reading given by Max Middle in the Tree
Reading Series on 28 February 2006, has been posted to the site.
The Ottawa Poetry Podcast features a play menu at the top right of the
home page screen as well as a direct download function.
The Ottawa Poetry Podcast is seeking submissions from Ottawa area poets.
Send your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Canadian Poetry Reviews
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