The judges for the 2015 competition are pleased to announce the results of its eleventh annual Alfred R. Poynt Award in Poetry.
Congratulations to First Prize winner, Sakariya Ahmed, "Ajnabi (Foreigner)"!
Runner-Up is Robyn Obermeyer, "Symphonic" and Judge's Choice awards go to Emma Croll-Baehre, "fat snow peels downard," Helen Ngo, "Prisoner's Prayer," and David Witmer, "A Stone at the Top of a Hill."
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We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Avie Bennett Prize in Canadian Literature has been awarded to Emma Lammers for her essay "A Marriage of Documentary and Myth: Regionality in James Reaney's Sticks and Stones". This prize is awarded annually for the best undergraduate essay in Canadian Literature. Special thanks to our judges Professor Donna Palmateer Pennee and Professor Pauline Wakeham.
We are also pleased to announce that this year’s recipient of the Marguerite R. Dow Canadian Heritage Writing Award in Creative Writing is Emma Lammers. This is awarded by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for a recent work of creative writing, in English or French, on a theme of Canadian Heritage. Congratulations, Emma!