Daphne Marlatt is the recipient of the international Uchimura Naoya Prize (2008), the Dorothy Livesay Award (2009), and the George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award (2012).
Award: 1st prize – $750 + publication in the Winter issue, TCR 3.25.
2nd prize – $250
Fee: $35 for Canadian entries and $45 (USD) for non-Canadian.
Maximum 8 pages per entry.
Each entry includes a one-year subscription to The Capilano Review. If you already have a subscription, we will extend your subscription or sign up a friend.
Please include your name and email address on the cover letter but no identification on the pages of the poem/s.
Deadline: December 15, 2014 -- postmarked.
Daphne Marlatt's statement for this year’s contest . . .
In his prose homage to “Great Companion: Dante Alighiere,” Robin Blaser writes: “out of the advent of language, one’s life in language – as if life were the home of it --.” This points to “one’s” experiential stake in the shared and public world of language. In this year's contest we are looking for poems at home in the interaction between one's individual life in language and the larger public world of language.For further information (including submitting by mail and/or online) check the link here.