Gerald Lampert Award
The Gerald Lampert Memorial Award is made annually by the League of Canadian Poets to the best volume of poetry published by a first-time poet. It is presented in honour of poetry promoter Gerald Lampert. Each winner receives an honorarium of $1000.
Winners and nomineesEdit
|1981||Elizabeth Allan, The Shored Up House|
|1982|| Abraham Boyarsky, Schielber
Edna Alford, A Sleep Full of Dreams
|1983||Diana Hartog, Matinee Light|
|1984|| Sandra Birdsell, Night Travellers
Jean McKay, Gone to Grass
|1985||Paulette Jiles, Celestial Navigation|
|1986||Joan Fern Shaw, Raspberry Vinegar|
|1987||Rosemary Sullivan, The Space a Name Makes|
|1988||Di Brandt, Questions I Asked My Mother|
|1989||Sarah Klassen, Journey to Yalta|
|1990||Steven Heighton, Stalin's Carnival|
|1991||Diana Brebner, Radiant Life Forms|
|1992||Joanne Arnott, Wiles of Girlhood|
|1993|| Elisabeth Harvor, Fortress of Chairs
Roberta Rees, Eyes Like Pigeons
|1994|| Barbara Klar, The Night You Called Me a Shadow
Ilya Tourtidis, Mad Magellan's Tale
|1995||Keith Maillard, Dementia Americana|
|1996||Maureen Hynes, Rough Skin|
|1997||Marilyn Dumont, A Really Good Brown Girl|
|1998||Mark Sinnett, The Landing|
|1999||Stephanie Bolster, White Stone: The Alice Poems|
|2000||Shawna Lemay, All the God-Sized Fruit|
|2001||Anne Simpson, Light Falls Through You|
|2002||Aislinn Hunter, Into the Early Hours|
|2003||Kathy Mac, Nail Builders Plan for Strength and Growth|
|2004||Adam Getty, Reconciliation|
|2005||Ray Hsu, Anthropy|
|2006||Suzanne Buffam, Past Imperfect|
|2007||Steven Price, Anatomy of Keys|
|2008||Alex Boyd, Making Bones Walk|
|2009||Katia Grubisic, what if red ran out|
|2010||James Langer, Gun Dogs|
|2011||Anna Swanson, The Nights Also|
|2012||Sarah Yi-Mei Tsiang, Sweet Devilry|
|2013||Gillian Savigny, Notebook M|
|2014||Murray Reiss, The Survival Rate of Butterflies in the Wild|
|2015||Kayla Czaga, For Your Safety Please Hold On|
|2016||Ben Ladouceur, Otter|
|2017||Ingrid Ruthig, This Being|
|2018||Emily Nilsen, Otolith|
|2019||Tess Liem, Obits.|
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- "Sinclair, Ruthig, Halfe, anitafrika win 2017 LCP Poetry Awards". Quill & Quire, June 12, 2017.
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- "The League of Canadian Poets announces winners of the 2018 Annual Poetry Awards". Quill & Quire, June 18, 2018.
- "Tess Liem, Stevie Howell win 2019 Book Awards for poetry". Quill & Quire, June 10, 2019.