Exclamations in Ink

Exclamations in Ink

Exclamations in Ink is the collection of winning poetry from the ninth Northern Ontario Poetry Competition co-sponsored by the Canadian Authors Association - Temiskaming Branch and White Mountain Publications, New Liskeard.

In keeping with the Canadian Authors Association motto of "Writers Helping Writers", this annual competition encourages and assists the development of new and existing poetic talents in the Northern Ontario region as defined by Canada Post's postal code beginning with the letter P.

Annual Rules and Guidelines

The deadline for entries each year is May 31st.

ISBN: 1-894747-11-9 | WMPub#1088 | 64 pages, chapbook | $6.95 CDN


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Table of Contents

3 Acknowledgements

7 From the Judges

Prize Winning Selections

First Prize Winner

Wayne Brown of Dryden for the poem The Road Taken

Second Prize Winner

Jerry Jordison of New Liskeard for the poem Growing Fewer

Third Prize Winner

Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poem The Bridge

Honourable Mentions

J F Kuehnen of Huntsville for the poem Accident

Lynley Scott of Thunder Bay for the poem Vulnerability

Christine Richardson of Hearst for the poem Dr. Mom

Wayne Brown of Dryden for the poem News At Six

Judge's Selections

Wayne Brown of Dryden for the poem Old Reruns

Samantha Cole of Hearst for the poem Plea of a Teenage Girl

Sophie Anne Edwards of Little Current for the poem I'd Like to Live

Ryan Gibbs of Kirkland Lake for the poem Sudbury Andromeda

Irene Golas of Sudbury for the poem Thought You Should Know

Boniface Idziak of Iron Bridge for the poem Twinkling in the Galaxy

Karen Johns of Sault Ste. Marie for the poem Wolf Dreams

Jerry Jordison of New Liskeard for the poem Words

Jerry Jordison of New Liskeard for the poem I'm Equal

Jerry Jordison of New Liskeard for the poem Does A Song Need To Be Sung?

J F Kuehnen of Huntsville for the poem Six O'Clock

J F Kuehnen of Huntsville for the poem Shelter

J F Kuehnen of Huntsville for the poem Sing, Sing, Sing

Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poem Along the West Bank

Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poem Response to An Attempt at Reacquaintance

Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poem In The Mountains

Christine Richardson of Hearst for the poem A Not-So-Modest Proposal

Karin Seidemann of Sault Ste. Marie for the poem Storm

Erna St. Amand of Elliot Lake for the poem Baglady

Erna St. Amand of Elliot Lake for the poem A Moment of Joy

Janke Wielenga of Thunder Bay for the poem Losing Emily

Janke Wielenga of Thunder Bay for the poem April Evening Thunder Bay

Germaene Wilkins of Blind River for the poem Memories

Elizabeth von Keitz of Kirkland Lake for the poem The Gift of Gab


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