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Books Received in 2016

Arc accepts review copies and advance reading copies of books of and on poetry from Canadian and international publishers. The books reviewed online and in print by Arc are selected by the reviewers, the Reviews Editor and the Managing Editor, based on aesthetic and thematic considerations, timing and space. The following list is an account of the books submitted to Arc in 2016.

2012 Poem of the Year

…to those who entered, those who voted, those whose poems made us jump. Subscribe to Arc today: the Poem of the Year will be announced in our summer 2012 issue. Get Arc 68 this June to read our winning poems: Readers’ Choice, Editors’ Choices and our new grander grand prize.  

Poet Vs Poet online: Douglas on the 2010 Best Canadian

Poems ‘for all who are curious’ It can be hard to know how to approach an anthology of this nature. Tuck your question marks into your pocket and just read, hoping—as you do with every new poetry book—to be shown a poem that might illuminate the dark little corners of your life? Pretend you don’t […]

Books Received 2011

Arc accepts review copies and advance reading copies of books of and on poetry from Canadian and international publishers. The books reviewed online and in print by Arc are selected by the reviewers, the reviews editor and the editor, based on aesthetic and thematic considerations, timing and space. The following list is an account of […]

Paul Tyler wins 2011 Lampman!

Congratulations to Paul Tyler, author of A Short History of Forgetting (Gaspereau Press) winner of the 2011 Archibald Lampman Award The Archibald Lampman Award is presented annually to an outstanding collection of English-language poetry by an author living in the National Capital Region. The award is named in honour of Archibald Lampman (1861—1899), one of […]

Congratulations to the 2011 finalists for the Archibald Lampman Award

Arc Poetry Magazine is proud to present—drumroll—the 2011 Lampman shortlist! The Archibald Lampman Award is presented annually to an outstanding collection of English-language poetry by an author living in the National Capital Region.   Nina Berkhout, Arrivals and Departures, BuschekBooks Terry Ann Carter, A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris, Black Moss Press Paul […]

Arc Poetry Magazine Turns 30

The Celebrated Journal of Canadian Poetry Marks 30 Years of Publishing with a 30-Themed Issue Featuring 30 Canadian Poets Arc Poetry Magazine celebrates 30 years of publishing the best Canadian contemporary poetry with the Thirtieth Anniversary Issue, 1978-2008. Arc’s 30th birthday issue features well-crafted, spirited, engaging and compelling poetry and essays by 30 Canadian poets. […]