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Helen Hajnoczky

Helen Hajnoczky's first book, Poets and Killers: A Life in Advertising (Invisible Publishing/Snare, 2010), was nominated for Expozine's best English book of the year award. Her chapbook Bloom and Martyr was the winner of Kalamalka Press' 2015 John Lent Poetry Prose Award. Her work has appeared in the anthologies Why Poetry Sucks: Humorous Avant-Garde and Post-Avant English Canadian Poetry (Insomniac, 2014) and Ground Rules: 2003-2013 (Chaudiere, 2013), in the magazines Dreamland, filling Station, Lemon Hound, Matrix, New Poetry, NöD Magazine, Poetry, Poetry Is Dead, Rampike, Touch the Donkey and in a variety of chapbooks. She lives in Calgary.

Books By Helen Hajnoczky