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Surrey, B.C.-based poet Tolu Oloruntoba is the Canadian winner of the 2022 Griffin Poetry Prize for his collection The Junta of Happenstance. The $65,000 prize is one of the richest awards in the world for a book of poetry.

The Junta of Happenstance is an exploration of disease, both medical and emotional. It explores family dynamics, social injustice, the immigrant experience, economic anxiety and the nature of sufferingClick here to read full article

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