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Canada's Poetry Magazine, celebrating 40 years. Tweets by Meagan and Chris.
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Arc Poetry Magazine 19h
Congratulations to , member of the Sto:lo Nation and author of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and scripts, for winning the annual $10,000 Harbourfront Festival Prize, by the Toronto International Festival of Authors!
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 19
That’s certainly something to think about...
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Ben Ladouceur Sep 18
Horray it's on the site! Here's a REMARKABLE essay by John Barton about the act of editing poetry. This is a beautiful helpful long fun thing to read for any and all poets. HONOURED to have this piece in and to have JB editing my 2nd collection.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 18
has "assisted poets with their labours for over 30 years," including 13 spent at Arc; read his take on what it's like to edit someone’s poem on our website, at ! Special thanks to , author of the poem examined, “Wing On.”
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Metatron Press Sep 16
The time has come! Today is your last chance to submit your manuscripts to The 2018 Metatron Prize, with guest judges and . Submissions close tonight at 11:59pm EST.
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Room Magazine Sep 16
Big congrats to alumni + Room 41.3 contributor on winning 's 2018 Poem of the Year with “You Are My Hiding Place!” “[The poem] allows us to think about how trauma comes through generations in mysterious ways.” Read here:
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 16
"The Blue Clerk is an attempt to observe time and not place." See what has to say about her two new books, The Blue Clerk and Theory, to  of the : !
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League of Can. Poets Sep 14
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL! For a limited time, teachers submit an application to bring a poet to school thru our PITS program & the League will fund 100% of the fee! First-come, first-serviced basis. Must submit 3-4 weeks in advance of the visit. Apply at
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 14
"An unsettling work of great beauty": has reviewed ' Cloud Physics for Arc Poetry. Read it here: !
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Tin House Sep 12
Win a whole year of Tin House, , , EVENT, and , courtesy of the ever-thoughtful folks at ! Click below to enter.
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League of Can. Poets Sep 11
Applications for residencies from July 2019-June 2020 at the are now open! "There is surely no house in Canada so strongly connected with an important poet and his literary community." Deadline Oct 12
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 10
The 2018 Prize for Rising Authors is accepting submissions of 30+ page manuscripts of "brave, cutting-edge and spirited collections of poetry, fiction, non-fiction and hybrid literature" --but only until September 16th!
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Ottawa Writers Fest Sep 7
And on Day 6 we'll celebrate local and national featuring the at , the above/ground press 25th anniversary celebration and 's 40th anniversary launch:
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 7
2018's Best Canadian Poetry in English was guest edited by , and features poetry from Arc's own alongside 50 other amazing !
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 6
Don’t forget to come out to tonight to hear from the poets on the Archibald Lampman Award shortlist. Starts in one hour!
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Christine McNair Sep 6
Tonight! Come hear theArchibald Lampman shortlist reading. Myself, Shane Rhodes, Adele Graf, Beyond the Pale brewery, 6:30 pm:
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Amanda Earl Sep 6
Arc in the wild
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Arc Poetry Magazine Sep 5
“Canada’s coolest poet” was not one of Priscila Uppal's official titles, but Canada and the world has lost a talented, passionate, and generous author today at the age of 43. Arc is among the many who mourn her.
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League of Can. Poets Sep 5
is now accepting submissions for the Winter 2019 issue! Submissions can be unpublished poetry in English or translations of poetry into English, maximum of 3 poems. Payment of $50 per page for selected work. Deadline: Sept 30
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