Congratulations to the winners of our inaugural Postcard Poem Contest!
1st: “Prayer” by Robert de la Chevotiere
Robert de la Chevotiere is originally from the Caribbean and has called Nova Scotia home for the last twenty years. When not honing his craft as a fiction writer, he can be found in a high school classroom, teaching students the beauty of the French language.
Runner-up: “Barren Beach” by Christina McRae
Christina McRae lives in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Her recent work appears in Arc, The New Quarterly, Windsor Review, and Understorey Magazine. Her first full-length collection, Next to Nothing, was published by Wolsak and Wynn.
Runner-up: “Median’s up-bunched, glut-hunchy tumult” by Matt Robinson
Matt Robinson’s newest poetry collection is forthcoming from Gaspereau Press in fall, 2021. He lives in Halifax with his family.
Runner-up: “Undeniable” by David A. Wimsett
David A. Wimsett’s characters examine themselves and their place in the world. He is the author of the novel Beyond the Shallow Bank and of The Carandir Saga, an epic fantasy series whose third volume, Covenant with the Dragons, will be released for Christmas of 2021. He lives in Nova Scotia, near the sea.
Congrats also to our remaining finalists: Jill Martin, Lisa McCabe, donalee Moulton, Sandra Phinney, Anthony Purdy, and Catherine Walker