WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
sure to introduce yourself in the Federation on-line forums
and check out the
section to find out more about each.
Stella Ducker - Oshawa, ON
Jennifer Sharp - Haliburton, ON
Gregg Rowe - Lachine, QC
What are you waiting for?
Join today and look forward to an exciting year of
contests, events and publishing opportunities.
Check out this months feature poet
Check out the current contests Global Village
where the winner
of each will appear in Poetry Canada magazine. Call now open.
Have you booked your spot?
The next edition is about to close.
Magazine exposure for your books starting at just $27.50
for a full 3 month appearance in the magazine, and on-line.
Unprecedented value for a magazine ad. Make 2006 the
year you really get your books into the hands of the public
you wrote them for.
Get complete details at Poetry Canada Poets Marketplace
POETRY CANADA LOCATIONS
Looking to pick up a copy of Poetry Canada magazine? Well you can now get it at Toronto's
one-stop-artist-spot, The Renaissance Cafe - 1938 Danforth Avenue. More details at:
Carol A. Stephens - CFP Member
"Although I have been writing poetry
for many years, it was not until the CFP listed me as Carol A Stephen - Poet; that I realized I
could call myself a writer. I want to thank you so much for that attitude-changing boost!
CFP provides so many great resources for poets. The newsletters are one excellent example.
I was especially interested on reading the November newsletter to find that I could set up a free Blog;
giving me my own website. It was amazingly easy and quick to do; in about 10 minutes I was off and running.
I am looking forward later to taking advantage of the Poets' Certification course next.
The efforts by the CFP to promote poetry in Canada and
around the world can really make a difference for us all.
Thanks to Tracy Repchuk for all of her help."
Check out more or send a testimonial in yourself
Josie Di Sciascio-Andrews
Two poems, one in Italian (Ritorno), and one in English (Moon Birth) were published in TRANSVERSE,
a Comparative Literature Journal of Poetry published by the University of Toronto. The date of publishing was December, 2005.
NEW BOOKS FOR SALE
Gary Gaines Never Forget RW
There are some pretty exciting things happening around here, and I hope you
can all feel it. I was selected to serve as Editor for the Artists
for a Better World Poetry Anthology. This is a great honour, and
a huge benefit to the poets who subscribe to this e-zine. We get
a chance to participate with a really great group, for a very good
cause; the promotion of poetry for the spirit of humanity. So get
your writing hats on everyone, and take advantage of a really wonderful
Tracy Lynn Repchuk
President and Founder of the Canadian Federation of Poets
THE SPIRIT OF HUMANITY ANTHOLOGY CALL|
There is no submission fee.
AFABW is dedicated to building a worldwide network of artists who
share a vision of creating a better world through aesthetics; and is open
to artists and art enthusiasts of goodwill from all around the world.
In short, any and all who desire to help in the creation of a better world
are eligible to submit their poetry.
January 25, 2006 - Hollywood: Artists For A Better World International has issued a
"Worldwide Call For Poetry." Submissions will be reviewed and selected for publication
within a second AFABW poetry compilation book. This new soft-cover volume is themed and titled:
The Spirit of Humanity.
Check out all of the submission details at; www.artistsforabetterworld.org
THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT
Have you got your copy of the first CFP Anthology The Future Looks Bright?
The Future Looks Bright is a testament to the spirit and faith of poets in a world prominent with problems. Working with the vision that thought and words create the future, the poets of the Canadian Federation set off on a journey of hope and creation. You will love the inspiring poetry and beautiful photography that makes this collection a must for anyone who wants to change the world.
Get your copy today, because
once they run out, that's it!
Order your copy today! at only $15
CFP 2006 SURVEY TIME!
The Canadian Federation of Poets is conducting a
survey so that we can address the needs of poets
and the poetry industry with our strategic planning
for next year.
It only takes a few minutes!|
Take the 2006 CFP Survey
Your time is appreciated, and your opinion matters. We will be tabulating and publishing the results so that every poet
and organization can benefit.
Sunday February 12th, 2006 1 - 5pm
Valentine's Poetry Love-in
A must attend event for all poets in the area.
of two organizations to create a wonderful afternoon of
inspired poetry and fun.
The Canadian Federation of Poets and The Ontario Poetry Society are uniting
to offer you this spectacular event of poetry, prizes,
gifts and fun.
Contact: George Arnold
Where:The King's Arms
Miller's Mews, 323 Church Street,
(corner of Church and Reynolds)
Featured poets and open mic opportunities will inspire in this Valentine's get together.
Also happening is the book launch of CFP member Anna Yin's Jasmine Star Light. She will be
reading from it, and on hand to sign copies. There will be a special price available for
Thursday February 16th, 2006 - 7pm
Contact: George Arnold
Timothy's World Coffee
321 Lakeshore Rd. E, Oakville,
Open mic event where poets and performers can get together and share both poetry and short stories.
Check out all of our happenings or get complete details on the above events from our
Calendar Coordinator: Kevin Craig
If you are a CFP member, or a CFP Affiliate Organization feel free to submit
your events to us. It is a great way to easily increase attendance.