Contemporary Canadian Literature with a Distinctly Urban Twist

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Congratulations to Conyer Clayton! Her poetry collection, But the sun, and the fish, and the ships, and the waves. has won the 2023 Archibald Lampman Award for Poetry. The prize, given annually, “rec­og­nizes an out­stand­ing book of English-language poetry by an author liv­ing in the National Cap­i­tal Region.” And a further congratulations to Feed Dog Imprint Editor Stuart Ross.

Congratulations to Henry Doyle, whose poetry collection, No Shelter, has won the 2022 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize (BC Book Prizes). And a further congratulations to the other finalists.

Congratulations to Martin West, whose novel Long Ride Yellow has been selected as the 2018 ReLit Award winner, novel category.

“If there were a literary prize for most fascinating Canadian setting and central character, Long Ride Yellow, Martin West’s first novel, would surely make the short list.”
— The Toronto Star

And to . . .

Michael Blouin, whose novel Skin House has won the 2020 ReLit Award, novel category.

“The book is irreverent and saucy, unexpected and poignant, none of which gives it enough credit.”
— The Miramichi Reader