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Slam Coalkan

Performance Poetry: the Condor and the Eagle Meet

edited by Jennifer Alicia Murrin & Renata Tupinambá
edition: Paperback
tagged: anthologies (multiple authors), native american

A Cross-Continental Roar!
In 2021, sixteen Indigenous spoken word artists from North and South America performed their works at the Festival of the Peripheries (FLUP) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and the Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA) in Toronto, Canada. This anthology, featuring poems from each of the performers, is the result of t …

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Worth More Standing

Poets and Activists Pay Homage to Trees

edited by Christine Lowther
edition: Paperback
tagged: anthologies (multiple authors), canadian, nature

In Worth More Standing: An Anthology of Tree Poems, celebrated poets and activists pay homage to the ghosts of lost forests and issue a rallying cry to protect remaining ancient giants and restore uncolonized spaces.

 

Themes of connection, ecology, grief, and protection are explored through poems about trees and forests written by an impressive numb …

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Best Canadian Poetry 2021

edited by Souvankham Thammavongsa, series edited by Anita Lahey
edition: Paperback
tagged: canadian, anthologies (multiple authors)

“This is a book,” writes guest editor Souvankham Thammavongsa, “about what I saw and read and loved, and want you to see and read and love.” Selected from work published by Canadian poets in magazines and journals in 2020, Best Canadian Poetry 2021 gathers the poems Thammavongsa loved most over a year’s worth of reading, and draws togethe …

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Mirrors and Windows

East-West Poems with translations

translated by Anna Yin
edition: Paperback
tagged: anthologies (multiple authors), chinese, canadian

Over the years Anna Yin has had the honour to translate more than 50 poets’ works. With more and more people growing interested in translation and bilingual poetry, it is time to publish these translations in book form. I hope this serves as a good resource, and will further stimulate wider and stronger interest and conversation for cross-cultura …

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The 2021 Griffin Poetry Prize Anthology

A Selection of the Shortlist

edited by Souvankham Thammavongsa
edition: eBook
tagged: anthologies (multiple authors)

The prestigious and highly anticipated annual anthology of the best Canadian and international poetry from the shortlist of the 2021 Griffin Poetry Prize.

Each year, the best books of poetry published in English internationally and in Canada are honoured with the Griffin Poetry Prize, one of the world’s most prestigious and richest literary awards …

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Resistance

Righteous Rage in the Age of #MeToo

edited by Sue Goyette
edition: eBook
also available: Paperback
tagged: women authors, anthologies (multiple authors), feminism & feminist theory

Writers across the globe speak out against sexual assault and abuse in this powerful new poetry anthology, edited by Sue Goyette.

These collected poems from writers across the globe declare one common theme: resistance. By exploring sexual assault and violence in their work, each writer resists the patriarchal systems of power that continue to supp …

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Montreal Prize Anthology 2020, The

edited by Jordan Abel; Kaveh Akbar & Wendy Cope
edition: Paperback
tagged: anthologies (multiple authors)

Founded in 2010, the Montreal International Poetry Prize has established itself as a major event in contemporary poetry, both in Canada and around the world. The Montreal Prize Anthology 2020 explodes with talent, combining radiant vision with striking invention in form. The loss of a father finds equivalence in a tornado's blowing an apartment op …

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