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Claudia Coutu Radmore

Photo: Jacques Pontbriand 2006

Claudia’s poems won the 2009 National Capital Region Canadian Author's Award for Poetry

Accidentals (2011, Apt. 9 Press, Ottawa) won the bpNichol Chapbook Award.

Claudia Coutu Radmore's lyric poetry has been published in Psychopoetica, paperplates.ca and Acta Victoriana. Her work in Japanese form has been published internationally, and she is known as an editor for these forms.

In lyric poetry, Claudia won the 2009 National Capital Canadian Author's Award for Poetry. Her work is included in Rogue Stimulus: The Stephen Harper Holiday Anthology for a Prorogued Parliament, Mansfield Press, 2010, and the Canadian anthology Pith & Wry: Canadian Poetry, Scrivener Press, 2010, edited by Susan McMaster. Her work has been published in the Canadian edition of Sugarmule, Arc, Prairie Fire, Filling Station…CV2, The Antigonish Review, paperplates.org, and Grain, among other.

Her poem where language forms won second prize in Prairie Fire’s Bliss Carman Awards, and the poem argle bargle eructation was shortlisted in the first Annual Lemon Hound Poetry Contest.

She has been a co-director of the Tree Reading Series, organizes the annual Tree Chapbook Contest and has been on the editorial boards of The Bywords Journal and ARC Poetry Magazine.

Her collection Your Hands Discover Me/ Tes mains me découvrent, in English and French, was published in May 2010 by Éditions du tanka francophone, Montreal.

For several years, Claudia was editor of the Haiku Canada Antholgy, as well as co-editor of Touch of a Moth, haiku Canada’s 4oth year Anniversary Anthology.

a minute or two/ without remembering, (Two Currents Press, 2010) was launched in October, 2010. In these poems in the voices of Claudia's actual New France ancestors, the reader discovers what is was like to live as a habitant near Montreal in the years 1671 - 1792.

Claudia won the Backwater Review Hinterland Award for Prose in 1997. She wrote the foreword to, and edited, Arctic Twilight: Leonard Budgell and the Changing North (Blue Butterfly Books, Toronto). A collection of letters written by Hudson Bay post manager Leonard Budgell, Twilight was launched in Senator William Romkey's office on Parliament Hill on March 31st, 2010.

claudiaradmore.com

claudiaradmore@gmail.com

Phone number:
6132575266

Publications

Arctic Twilight: Leonard Budgell and the Changing North. Butterfly Books, Toronto, 2010
Your Hands Discover Me/ Tes mains me découvrent.

Awards

Your Hands Discover Me/ Tes mains me découvrent for Éditions du tanka francophone, Montreal, 2010
Accidentals for Apt. 9 Press, Ottawa, 2011
Cyclone Vanuatu for catkin press, 2015
Three Sets of Literary Haibun for catkin press, 2015
Eligible for National Public Readings Program :
Yes

WITS

Genre:
Lyric Poetry, Japanese poetry forms, poetry and history, poetry and genealogy, publishing
Grades:
Grades 7 - 12
Audience size:
Flexible audience
Northern OAC WITS:
Yes
GST:
GST not applicable