David Groulx was raised in Ontario, Canada. He is proud of his aboriginal roots, Anishnabe and French Canadian. He won the 3rd annual Poetry NOW Battle of the Bards. He has published 11 books of poetry. His book, The Wabigoon River Poems was nominated for the Archibald Lampman award in 2015. Was the Writer-in-Residence for openbook.com Toronto for November 2012. His poetry has been translated into French, Ojibwa and Cree languages. Red River Review nominated his poetry for the Pushcart Prize in 2012. One Throne Magazine nominated his poetry for the National Magazine Awards in 2014. His poetry has appeared in over 180 magazines in 15 countries.
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published in Bywords.ca March 2019