The Porcupine's Quill
Celebrating thirty-five years on the Main Street
of Erin Village, Wellington County
Tag Archives: Contests
News for July
Happy Canada Day to all the Canucks, honorary Canucks, wanna-be Canucks … pretty much anyone who agrees that the word colour ought to contain a ‘u’, that the beaver is a proud and noble animal, and that hockey is the … Continue reading
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Complete Physical Contest – Did you win?
Salutations, Quill fans! First of all, Congratulations to all nominees and winners of this year’s Trillium award! The reading on Thursday night were fantastic and all should be thrilled. Our own Shane Neilson’s reading was (and I quote, straight from … Continue reading
The Porcupine’s Quill Around the Web (and some tweetspam frustration!)
The Quill has been all over the web recently, so I thought I’d gather some of my favourite links to share with you all! If you haven’t joined the haiku theatre contest, to win a copy of Shane Neilson’s collection … Continue reading
Beasts of New York Contest Update!
Hi Quill friends! Just a quick wrap-up on the Beasts of New York contest! Our winner is Mark Victor Young! I just wanted to thank everyone for entering and re-tweeting and spreading the word! We love seeing our bookish fans … Continue reading
Let’s get physical! Congrats to Trillium Award Finalist Shane Neilson!
Hey there Quill friends! Exciting news! If you didn’t already know, one of our own is a finalist for the 2011 Trillium Book Awards! Shane Neilson’s Complete Physical is nominated in the English Poetry category! (You can see all the … Continue reading
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