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Book*hug Press Jun 7
Congratulations to Billie-Ray Belcourt, winner of the 2018 Prize!
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Rayanne Haines Jun 7
When will we hear about the prize?
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Vicki Ziegler Jun 6
Who else is still catching their breath from the most astounding and wide-ranging series of Prize readings perhaps ever? Need to be re-astounded? Take a look and listen here: or here:
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Tara-Michelle Ziniuk Jun 7
Petition to have whoever wins the prize be in charge of Ontario for the next four years
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Puneet Dutt Jun 7
Taking a moment to wish all of the shortlisted poets the best of luck and good wishes today. All of your work has rocked our socks off. Looking forward to watching the livestream! (Photo Credit )
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Jeremy Millar Jun 9
Susan Howe's work table in March this year.
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CBC Books Jun 7
The winner of the Canadian prize is Billy-Ray Belcourt for This Wound is a World.
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League of Can. Poets Jun 8
A warm congratulations from the League to the winners of the 2018 Prize, including League member ! What a huge accomplishment! Endless thanks to Scott Griffin for his continued support of poetry, in Canada and around the world.
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Lisa Martin Jun 7
“That was different.”
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Vicki Ziegler Jun 7
I just want to point out that there is *nothing* on the podium in front of this man: Tongo Eisen-Martin () blew us all away last night with that burns on the page, but that he delivered from head and heart.
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Where Poets Read Apr 10
Congratulations to all poets on the shortlist for the 2018 Prize! AND, if in Montreal, save the dates for... the aisha of is | Aisha Sasha John @ MAI April 27 + 28, 8pm | MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) Tickets & more info here:
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Sachiko Murakami Jun 6
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Susan G Cole Jun 7
The Canadian prize winner is Billy-Ray Belcourt. He's on stage now crying.
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Patricia Westerhof Jun 7
Still tingling from last night's readings. My favourites were Tongo Eisen-Martin (international shortlist) and Billy-Ray Belcourt (Canadian shortlist). Winners will be announced tonight, a good distraction from Ontario
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PIVLVP Jun 11
The Prize winners of 2018 are Susan Howe and Billy-Ray Belcourt ()! La lauréate internationale du Prize est Susan Howe et le lauréat canadien est Billy-Ray Belcourt!
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julia polyck-oneill Jun 7
Hearted to find out won the prize! Especially because (coincidentally) I’m teaching his book today & my students love his work (of course) ❤️❤️
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Susan Gillis Jun 7
Ontario may be stuck with Doug ford but at least we still have poetry
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Yale CreativeWriting Jun 8
Exciting news! The 2018 International awarded to poet Susan Howe for her collection Debths!
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Holley Corfield Jun 7
So happy for winning the 🎉
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League of Can. Poets Apr 10
The Prize shortlist is here! A huge congratulations from the League to all the shortlisted poets!
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