Ten Pines is the collection of winning poetry from the tenth (2005) 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.
The deadline for entries each year is May 31st.
ISBN: 1-894747-16-X | WMPub# 1089 | 5½" x 8½"
60 page chapbook | $6.95 CDN
Table of Contents
First Prize Winner
Erin Pitkethly of Corbeil for the poem Heartbeat
Second Prize Winner
Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poem Opposite Directions
Third Prize Winner
Gail Gernat of Matheson for the poem Morning Walk
Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poemKremlin Memo
Olive Fay Becks of Mindemoya for the poem Pickle Kisses
Merrie Lindsay of Elliot Lake for the poem Beyond the Veil
Joyce Clift of New Liskeard for the poem Decisions, The Act of Love, and No More Abuse
Mark H Cyr of North Bay for the poem Play Daze
Angela Drystek of Mindemoya for the poem Eagle Dancers
Linda Duke of Elliot Lake for the poems The Lesson, and Turnover
Ryan Gibbs of Kirkland Lake for the poem Secret Death
Irene Golas of Sudbury for the poems Haiku 1, Haiku 2, Haiku 3, Haiku 4, and Bamboo
Jerry Jordison of New Liskeard for the poems Nothing, Free Will, Intent, and Just Standing
J.F. Kuehnen of Huntsville for the poems Primary Colours, and Johnny Stinson
Jenny Lalonde of Whitefish for the poems Come Lay With Me and What Will Become of Me
Merrie Lindsay of Elliot Lake for the poems Stepping Stones, Eternal Song and Beyond the Veil
Robin Maltby (Omnet) of Little Current for the poem Coming Home
Frank Mekanak of Webequie for the poem Hero
Erin Pitkethly of Corbeil for the poems Reconciliation, and Sage
Arthur Quesnel of Sudbury for the poems Valkyrie, and Sestet
Erna St. Amand of Elliot Lake for the poems Reconciliation, and One Can Not Forget
Marisa Wabasse of Webequie for the poem You and I--In Loving Memory
Elizabeth von Keitz of Kirkland Lake for the poem Cadets On Parade