The Griffin Poetry Prize
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He went on to publish countless volumes, including Top Soil, which won the 1976 Governor General’s Award for poetry when the award meant as much as the Griffin Prize of the 21st century. “There can be.
The finalists for the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize, the world’s richest prize for a collection of poetry in English, have been revealed. This year’s judging panel, which chose the shortlists from 560.
Toronto-based Ken Babstock and British poet David Harsent have been named the 2012 winners of the Griffin Poetry Prize. Both poets received $65,000 in prize money. Billed as the world’s richest award.
2017 Utmost Christian Poetry Contest (US$3,000 in prizes paid) Poems are listed in the exact order they were chosen by judges.
Hundreds of guests filled Toronto’s Koerner Hall on June 3 and 4 for the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize readings and ceremony. Click through to see photos of the winners, Jane Munro and Michael Longley, as.
National Poetry Month began in the US in 1996, spearheaded by the Academy of American Poets on the steps of a post office in New York City. There, the story goes, Academy staff members handed out copies of T.S. Eliot’s poem, “The Waste Land,” which begins, “April is the cruellest month…” to individuals waiting in line to mail their tax returns.
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Born in Barbados, Caribbean poet and scholar Edward Kamau Brathwaite was educated at Harrison College in Barbados and Pembroke College in Cambridge. He earned his PhD in philosophy from the University of Sussex. Using “nation language” as well as linguistic and typographic innovation, Brathwaite composes poems that deftly parse the connected strands of postcolonial, historical, and.
The founder of the Griffin Poetry Prize has announced a national, bilingual contest for high school students. Scott Griffin says the program, called "Poetry In Voice/Les voix de la poesie," combines.
Created by Kean W. Spencer in honor of his mother, a reader and community servant, the award welcomes unpublished, original poems composed in the traditional modes of meter, rhyme and received forms and offers a first prize ($1,500), and a runner-up prize ($500).
Toronto – Thursday night at Corus Quay, along Toronto’s waterfront, the winners of the 2013 Griffin Poetry Prize were announced during the annual awards ceremony. Canadian poet David McFadden won for.
Zaqtan was shortlisted for the C$65,000 (£41,000) Griffin poetry prize in April for his 10th collection Like a Straw Bird It Follows Me, described by judges as poetry which "reminds us why we live and.
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In handing out the 2011 Griffin Poetry Prize, prize founder Scott Griffin spoke of the borderless quality of great poetry. That sentiment was echoed by this year’s Canadian winner, Dionne Brand, who,
Michael Symmons Roberts’ poetry has won the Forward Prize, the Costa Poetry Prize and the Whitbread Poetry Award, and been shortlisted for the Griffin International Poetry Prize and the T.S. Eliot Prize, four times.
In what was presented as a competition between three generations of Canadian poets, it was the veteran A.F. Moritz who emerged as the Canadian winner of the Griffin Poetry Prize, the world’s most.
Esteemed Irish author Colm Tóibin will serve as a juror for the 2011 Griffin Poetry Prize, a Canadian award that is one of the world’s most lucrative for verse. Tóibin, who has also served on the.
Founded by Andrew Motion and Julie Blake in 2012, developed by The Poetry Archive with The Full English, and funded by the Department for Education, Poetry by Heart is a national poetry recitation competition open to all pupils and students in England aged between 14 and 18.The Poetry By Heart website is a shared asset of The Poetry Archive and The Full English.
Toronto’s Ken Babstock won a $65,000 Griffin poetry prize for Methodist Hatchet (House of Anansi Press), which is also shortlisted for the upcoming Trillium Book Award. Britain’s David Harsent won a.
This is a list of awards that are, or have been, given out to writers of poetry, either for a specific poem, collection of poems, or body of work. This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of poetry awards; rather, it is a list of those awards which have entries on Wikipedia.
Griffin is a surname of primarily Irish origin. Griffin was the 75th most common surname on the island of Ireland in 1891. It was estimated in 2000 that Griffin is the 114th most common surname in the U.S., with a population in the order of two hundred thousand.
For this month’s blog, we here at Brooklin Poetry Society took an online look at poems written about the month of February. There were the inevitable poems about Valentine’s Day, and even one about February 29th, that elusive extra day.
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The Griffin Trust for Excellence in Poetry has announced the judges for this year’s Griffin Prize, the world’s largest for a first-edition single collection of poetry in English. The judges are.
, “that declared that poets and poetry are just as important as novelists and their works.” Since then, the prize has grown to become one of the most — and lucrative — poetry prizes in the world. The.
If you’re interested in submitting an entry for the Griffin Poetry Prize, here is a brief overview of what you need to know: Entries must come from publishers only.Inquiries about.
Liz Howard achieved two firsts at last night’s Griffin Poetry Prize ceremony, which took place in Toronto’s historic Distillery District. The 30-year-old poet, who won the $65,000 Canadian award for.
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The Griffin Poetry Prize Awards give $50,000 to the best book of Canadian poetry and $50,000 to the best book of international poetry published in English the preceding year. The prize money is a.
Nov 15, 2018 · Rules and Guidelines. The following information is for the 2019 NCPS Adult Contests for individual poems. Submissions will be accepted beginning November 15, 2018, and ending January 13, 2019. Judges will be the North Carolina Poet Laureate and.
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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Canadian conceptual and sound poet Christian Bök, a postdoctoral fellow in the University at Buffalo Poetics Program, has been named one of two winners of the second annual Griffin.
Toronto-born wordsmith Anne Carson said she was surprised to win the $65,000 Griffin Poetry Prize on Thursday night for her genre-bending Red Doc>, partly because she doesn’t "really like the book".