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National Poetry Series – offered by the National Poetry Series through five participating publishers for a collection of poetry. The New Criterion Poetry Prize – given by The New Criterion magazine. Witter Bynner Poetry Prize – awarded by the American Academy of Arts and Letters from 1980 to 1993.
January 16 - Canadian Poetry Association founded. May - The term "New Formalism" is first used in the article "The Yuppie Poet" in e AWP Newsletter in an attack on the poetry movement. The term is adopted as the name of the movement by those in it. November 11 - A memorial to sixteen English poets of World War I is unveiled in Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey.
Canadian poetry is poetry of or typical of Canada. Although English Canadian poetry began to be written soon after European colonization began, many of English-speaking Canada’s first celebrated poets come from the Confederation period of the mid to late 19th century.
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The Canadian Poetry Association (CPA) is a grass-roots organization dedicated to promoting the reading, writing, publishing and preservation of poetry in Canada through the individual efforts of members.
The Canadian Poetry Association (CPA) is a grass-roots organization dedicated to promoting the reading, writing, publishing and preservation of poetry in Canada through the individual efforts of members; promoting communication among poets, publishers and the general public; encouraging leadership and participation from members and to encourage the formation and development of local chapters.