Claudia Coutu Radmore is known for her Japanese-form poems, as well as for her lyric poetry.
Her poem where language forms won second place in the 2010 Banff Centre Bliss Carman Awards and Accidentals, (Apt. 9 Press, Ottawa), won the 2011 bpNichol Award.
Recent series have been Qui annus est?/ What year is this?, poems in response to: 13 – 18, PHOTOGRAPHS BY OLIVIA JOHNSTON at the Red Wall Gallery (SPAO Ottawa), and saturation, the joy of, in response to TILT, ORCHID PHOTOGRAPHS BY JAKE MORRISON at the Orange Gallery, Ottawa. (2012)
Author of Your Hands Discover Me /tes mains me découvrent (2010), a minute or two/ without remembering, (2010), Ms. Radmore wrote the foreword to, and edited, Arctic Twilight; Leonard Budgell and the Changing North.(2010)
Since 2011, she has edited and published Murray Citron’s There is a Tree: shteyt a boim, and David Blaikie’s Farewell to Coney Island (2012, Tree Press). Claudia has edited The Haiku Canada Anthology for several years, and in 2012 co-edited Touch of a Moth, (Scrivener Press), and A Thousand Fireflies, tanka by Luminita Suse under her own Press, Bondi Studios. She is the President of KaDo, Ottawa’s haiku group.