Publications & Awards

Journal and Magazine Publications

“Night’s Work.” Literary Review of Canada, September 2016, 17.

“Centre: Eochaill.” Montreal Review of Books online, August 4, 2016.

“Blow-ins.”  The SHOp: A Magazine of Poetry no. 45 (2014): 72.

“Island’s End.” The SHOp: A Magazine of Poetry no. 45 (2014): 34.

“At the Seven Churches.” The Island Review online, Monday, July 15, 2013.

“The Wild Boar.”  Contemporary Verse 2, 35.1 (2012): 68.

“Night on the Dark Earth.” Montreal International Poetry Prize Longlist Anthology, December 2011, 128.

“The Winter Garden.” Literary Review of Canada, December 2010, 17.

“The Drummer.” Literary Review of Canada, October 2010, 14.

“Searching for Conor.” Room 33, no. 3 (2010): 50–52.

“The Burning House.” The Malahat Review 169 (Winter 2009): 38–51.

“Niamh.” Room 32, no. 2 (2009): 69.

“For Emile Nelligan.” carte blanche 9 (2009). Online: http://carte-blanche.org/articles/for-emile-nelligan/

“Still Lives: Another Winter’s Child and The Silken Threads.” enRoute Magazine, June 2007, 99–102.

“Rose.” Room 30, no. 2 (2007): 44–45.

“Wild-bird Song.” Room 30, no. 2 (2007): 42–43.

“October.” Room 30, no. 2 (2007): 41.

“I’ll Be Your Mirror.” Review of The School at Chartres, by David Manicom. Montreal Review of Books 17 (Fall–Winter 2005–2006): 10.

“I Am Born.” Poetry New Zealand 28 (2004): 50.

“Culled.” Room of One’s Own 24, no. 4 (2002): 51.

“Shoulders.” Headlight Anthology 2 (1999): 17.

“Temeier.” Headlight Anthology 1 (1998): 15.

“The Hostesses.” In A Room at the Heart of Things: The Work that Came to Me, edited by Elisabeth Harvor, 26–27. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 1998.

Awards

Winner of the 2016 A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry

Winner of the 2016 Concordia University First Book Prize

Finaliste pour le Grand Prix du livre de Montréal (2016)

Norma Epstein Foundation Award for Creative Writing, National Literary Contest, poetry, second prize (2013)

Poem “Night on the Dark Earth” long-listed for the Montreal International Poetry Prize (2011)

Travel grant, Canada Council for the Arts (2010)

Tuition scholarship to attend the Writing Studio, Banff Centre for the Arts (2010)

Development and Advanced Training grant, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (2009)

Summer Literary Seminars, Russia, semi-finalist, non-fiction competition (2008)

Summer Literary Seminars, Russia, semi-finalist, poetry competition (2007)

CBC Literary Award for Poetry, second prize, for set of long poems “Still Lives,” courtesy of the Canada Council for the Arts (2006)  http://www.cbc.ca/radio/literaryawards/2006-awards/kelly-norah-drukker.html

Summer Literary Seminars, Kenya, semi-finalist, poetry competition (2006)

Short-listed for the Irving Layton Award for Poetry, Concordia University (1999)

Short-listed for the Irving Layton Award for Poetry, Concordia University (1998)