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Canada's Poetry Magazine, celebrating 40 years. Tweets by Meagan and Chris.
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Arc Poetry Magazine 18h
Congratulations to Manahil Bandukwala/, winner of 's Emerging Writer Award for 2019 for her poetry!
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Arc Poetry Magazine 22h
The Canadian magazine scene’s biggest goes to one poet, for one poem: the ! $5,000 is still yours to win, but only until February 1st! Submit online or by snail mail at !
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Vehicule Press Jan 22
. reviews Jim Johnstone's collection, The Chemical Life: "In Johnstone’s poems, the reader will be rewarded for working through his imagistic streams and associative leaps."
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James K. Moran Jan 21
We approach ’s Poem of the Year Contest (Barring an extension,) on Feb 1st. Fee: $35. Winning poem prize: $5,000. Honourable Mention: $500. Readers’ Choice selection: $250. Shortlisted poems receive paid publication in Arc and online.
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Doyali Islam Jan 21
you still have time!
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 21
Torontonian critic and author ’s fifth book of poetry, The Chemical Life, is "a richly nuanced psychosomatic anatomy of our chemical lives"; read D.S. Stymeist's full review on the Arc website, at !
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Libe García Zarranz Jan 20
Did you publish an article on Canadian literature/literatures in Canada in 2018? Started to collect material for 2020 chapter (Canada) of The Year’s Work in English Studies Would love to hear about your work! You can reach me at libe.g.zarranz@ntnu.no
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 20
You only have 10 days left to enter Arc's Poem of the Year Contest! Bring us your best poetry to win $5,000!
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Ben Ladouceur Jan 17
Oh my goodness Tree's 2019 season begins in less than a week. Come to the workshop if you can, come to the reading if you can, bring a poem for the open mike, bring a friend because friends are nice, come one come all.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 18
Former Arc Editor John Barton has been named the ’s 5th Poet Laureate: ! He will serve from 2019 to 2022. Congratulations as well to Aziza Moqia Sealey-Qaylow, Victoria's seventh Youth Poet Laureate, who will serve for one year.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 17
From her unforgettable 'Wild Geese': You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 17
Author of more than 15 poetry and essay collections, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver has died at 83: .
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National Magazine Awards Jan 17
Calling all , and publications! Just one day left to submit your magazine for consideration as the Best Magazine in Canada! Entry is open until Jan. 18 (tomorrow!).
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 16
Congratulations to all the 2018 Banff Centre Bliss Carman Poetry Award winners: ! And a special shout out to , an Arc Contributing Editor!
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 15
Are you a poet under 35? Enter the for Emerging Writers from ! The prize is $10,000! (Over 35? Arc's $5,000 Poem of the Year prize is still here for you: )
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 13
Read 's review of Slouching the Dream, veteran spoken-word performer ’s first trade print collection, on the Arc website at !
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 12
Registration for ’s 2-Day Poem Contest is now open! Poets, are you busy this April 20th & 21st?
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 11
(And your $35 submission fee also gets you a 1 year subscription to Arc!)
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Arc Poetry Magazine Jan 11
Poets, don't delay! It's good to get paid $5,000 for winning 's Poem of the Year Contest--but after Feb 1st, it'll be too late!
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rob mclennan Jan 11
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