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Poetry London Contest: David Huebert

 

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Take a moment to read David Huebert’s poem Grate, Dundas St., which recently received an honourable mention in Poetry London’s annual contest.

Poetry London Contest: Emma Croll-Baehre

 

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Emma Croll-Baehre is a Newfoundland-born poet who is currently in London studying English Literature at Western University. Her work has been included in various creative writing journals and her poem, above sunday three o’clock, was recently awarded an honourable mention in Poetry London’s annual contest. Take a moment to listen to her read!

Poetry London Contest 2nd place winner Erin Walker

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Erin J. Walker is a London writer, concept artist, editor, and director. Her poem London, night was recently awarded 2nd place in Poetry London’s annual contest.

Poetry London Contest 1st place winner Marta Croll-Baehre

 

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Marta’s poem four corners made bare is part of a larger collection of poems in which she explores the corner of Richmond and Dundas as a cultural locus.

April is National Poetry Month!

 

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The winning poems in Poetry London’s 8th Annual Poetry Contest are now on display at London Public Library as part of National Poetry Month celebrations. This year’s contest was judged by Laurie Graham and focused on the theme ‘The Streets of London.’ Congratulations to all of the winners!

 

Poetry Contest!

Local poets are invited to enter the 8th Annual Poetry Contest, sponsored by Poetry London and the London Public Library. The contest is open to both established and emerging poets, who will write poems on the theme ‘The Streets of London.’ Laurie Graham, who is a poet, teacher and assistant editor of Brick, A Literary Journal, will judge the contest.

Awards of $200 and $100 will be presented to the 1st and 2nd place poems.

Allan Stratton coming to Words this Saturday

Come hear Allan Stratton read from his latest novel, The Dogs, a chilling psychological thriller for young adults this Saturday, November 7.  The Dogs is getting rave reviews and has been recently nominated for a 2016 Carnegie Medal!

Words Festival! Nov. 6-8

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The second annual Words Festival is shaping up to be a great event for Londoners!

Poetry London contest winner Jeremy Nathan Marks

Jeremy Nathan Mark's poem Newport

Jeremy Nathan Mark’s poem "Newport" received an honourable mention in Poetry London's Annual Poetry Contest.

Poetry London contest winner Penn Kemp

Penn Kemp's poem As if you are leaping in air

Penn Kemp’s poem "As if you are leaping in air" won 2nd place in Poetry London's Annual Poetry Contest.