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Canada's Poetry Magazine, in publication for over 40 years. Tweets by Meagan and Chris.
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Poetry London Apr 21
We've still got two fantastic special events left! The first, co-sponsored by , is a publishing/editing workshop with poet & editor ; it will happen on May 1st from 4:00-5:00pm at . All the details on Facebook:
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 20
Ten great poems made our editors’ shortlist for the 2019 Contest. Please, help us choose ONE Readers’ Choice winner by perusing our poets & casting your vote: !
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 19
1 hour left! Are you ready for the ?
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 18
Listen to discuss his new collection, Self-Defence for the Brave and Happy, with at !
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 16
BIPOC Writers Connect is a half-day conference for Black, Indigenous, and racialized emerging writers in Toronto (on October 30, 2019): ! The event is free for attendees, but advance applications need to be in by July 7th!
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The Puritan Apr 15
April is National Poetry Day and we would like to share a beautiful poem by . A writer and academic from the Driftpile Cree Nation, Billy-Ray won the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize.
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Plenitude Magazine Apr 11
Join us in welcoming our new managing editor, Patrick Grace! No stranger to the literary world, he has been published in , , and more, and he is 's previous publicity manager. Get to know him better
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 10
The Fund for Trans Writers aims to provide ongoing support for trans writers in Canada, "in the hope that we can make the lives of trans writers a little easier, & safer"! Donate to their ongoing fundraising campaign at !
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J.R. Carpenter Apr 10
"The difficulty of the in-between Carpenter captures and constantly grapples with in An Ocean of Static makes for an important feminist mapping of being, migration, and digital technology in the Anthropocene and exalting poetics."
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 9
The world’s largest prize for a single collection of poetry written in English has been announced! Congratulations to everyone on the Griffin Poetry Prize Shortlist: !
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Nancy Lee Apr 7
I’m honoured to have a poem in the current issue of alongside so many incredible poets.
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Annick MacAskill Apr 7
Each time a doctor rubs her nose, a bundle of bad news is born. Amniotic fluid rises with the stock market. The butcher uses a sharper knife for sinew than for bone. is the mostly factful "Of Factual Interest" by , from the latest issue of
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J.R. Carpenter Apr 7
Word on the street is there’s a fab new review of An Ocean of Static in Arc Poetry Magazine 88 in Canada 🇨🇦 merci
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 5
Congratulations to the 20 poets who competed in 's 11th annual Battle of the Bards this week, with a special shout out to the winner, , and the honourable mentions, and !
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James K. Moran Apr 4
Congrats to Poetry Editor for being on the cover (and a feature) of the April 2019 Quill & Quire.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 4
Toronto poetry fans can catch Arc's own at the Spring launch tonight, 7:30pm at The Baby G!
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Marita Dachsel Apr 2
Other generous journals that published poems from are , , , , , , and magazines that are no longer publishing: The Barnstormer & Dreamland. Thank you, editors!
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Alicia Elliott Apr 1
Congrats to all the nominees, but especially to , who is kicking open doors for Indigenous trans women and is the first trans woman nominated for the Pat Lowther Memorial Award. I'm so fucking proud of you.
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Arc Poetry Magazine Apr 1
This is no joke: on the first day of , has announced their 2019 Book Award longlists for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award, Pat Lowther Memorial Award, and the Raymond Souster Award!
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Doyali Islam Mar 28
it was such a gift to read from 'heft' tonight as part of the showcase at . i can't get over the work shared by jenny haysom, , & ! much gratitude to the festival organizers, volunteers, & listeners, & to for hosting!
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