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Nightwood Poets Join Poetry in Transit

Published on August 2, 2012 By admin

POETRY IN TRANSIT Congratulations to Gillian Wigmore, Philip Kevin Paul and Rodney DeCroo on being selected for this year’s Poetry in Transit Project. Watch for their poems on transit shelters in Vancouver and throughout the province this fall. In partnership with TransLink and BC Transit, the ABPBC produces sixteen poetry cards annually featuring the work of BC-authored and Canadian-published poets. […]

Poet Philip Kevin Paul is Nominated for a 2009 Governor General’s Literary Award

Published on October 14, 2009 By admin

Nightwood Editions is pleased to announce that Philip Kevin Paul’s second book of poetry, Little Hunger, was shortlisted for a 2009 Governor General’s Literary Award and was also shortlisted in the 2009 ReLit Award’s poetry category. His first book of poetry, Taking the Names Down from the Hill, won the 2004 Dorothy Livesay Award for […]

Little Hunger shortlisted for ReLit

Published on September 9, 2009 By admin

Congratulations to Philip Kevin Paul who was recently shortlisted in the ReLit poetry category for his collection .Little Hunger The ReLit award has been described by the Globe & Mail as “the country’s pre-eminent literary prize recognizing independent presses.” Paul’s second book “continues almost seamlessly the creative work of his first book, but with a […]