Paulette Dubé

Paulette Dubé was two years old when she watched her third sister come into the world via the kitchen table.  She has been hooked on magic, creation, and miracles ever since. Today, she relies on the good fortune of living in Jasper National Park for her daily dose of magic realism. Her poetry and prose have garnered a number of rewards and short list nominations including the Milton Acorn Memorial People’s Poetry Award, the CBC Alberta Anthology, the CBC Literary Awards, the Alberta Writers’ Guild Best Novel Award, the Starburst Award, the Exporting Alberta Award and the Fred Kerner Award.


the deepest part of the river won’t freeze, Green Olive Press, Brighton Victoria, AUS, 2021 – poetry (63 pg.) ISBN978-0-6451048-0-6

Autant, Thistledown Press, Saskatoon, SK, CA, 2018-fiction/novel, (144 pg.) ISBN978-1-77187-156-3

Gaits, Thistledown Press, Saskatoon, SK, CA, 2010–poetry (88 pg.) ISBN978-1-897235-74-4

First Mountain, Thistledown Press, Saskatoon, SK, CA, 2007 – poetry (96 pg.) ISBN978-1-897235-33-1

Talon, NeWest Press, Edmonton, AB Canada, 2002 –fiction/novel, (218 pg.) ISBN1-896300-47-2


Wildflowers and More - Canada -photography, banner Jan 22, Feb 7, Feb 28, March 28, April 14, Nov 19 2020, Jan 9 2021, May 15, 2021

Landscapes Canada – photography – banner April, May 2020

Exporting Alberta Award, Canadian Authors Association, Autant - 2019

Fred Kerner Award, Canadian Authors Association, Autant - 2019

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