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2005 Griffin Poetry Prize shortlist [Canada]:
A record-breaking 433 books from 17 countries were submitted for the prize, awarded for the two best books of poetry, including translations, published in English the previous year. Each winning poet receives $50,000.

Canadians on the short list are Roo Borson for Short Journey Upriver Toward Oishida (McClelland and Stewart), George Bowering for Changing on the Fly (Polestar/Raincoast Books), and Don McKay for Camber (McClelland and Stewart).
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