Poetry In Voice is a recitation contest for high school students in Canada.
Students memorize and recite poems chosen from among the hundreds in the online anthology. By learning poems by heart, students develop lifelong relationships with poetry while improving their language, public speaking, and memorization skills.
The contest begins in the classroom. Top-scoring students, selected from across the country, win a trip with their teachers to the National Finals in the spring. More than $75,000 in travel and prizes are awarded each year.
A student can compete in one of three contest streams: English, Bilingual, or French:
The League of Canadian Poets is the professional organization for established and emerging Canadian poets. Founded in 1966 to nurture the advancement of poetry in Canada, and the promotion of the interests of poets, it now comprises some 700 members…. The League strives to promote equal opportunities for poets from every literary tradition and cultural and demographic background. Choose the link below: