CCIQ Press is proud to acknowledge the lands and people of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation which is covered under the Williams Treaties. We are situated on the Traditional Territory of the Mississaugas, a branch of the greater Anishinaabeg Nation, which includes Algonquin, Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi.

CCIQ Press is the brain-child of Rania M M Watts, which focuses on the premise of ‘The Verity of Humanity’ through various Art Mediums that encompass; dance, poetry, video installation, paint, sculpture, carve, knit, cross stitch, quill… Essentially an inside-out-upside-down perspective on anything that falls under the umbrella of: Art, Artistic Impression, Humanity, Perilous Tales and Philosophy.

Poetry Events

Carnaval de Poésie Our newest poetry venture held in August 2021. New year, we are partnering with Writer’s Quill & Infinity Circus.

Poetry Olympics Herstory Daily poetry event that took place August 2018 – 2020.

Literary Endeavours

Poetry & Rarities Keep up with the latest blog posts.

Broken Candies Anthology Now accepting submissions until December 1, 2021. All the profits from Broken Candies Anthology will go directly to the Durham Rape Crisis Centre.

BIPOC Explored! The first XX poems from BIPOC Explored have now been collated and placed into a chapbook beautifully organised by Two Key Customs Founders Steve & Lindsey Zmijewski. This limited collection entitled BIPOC Explored: Lost Oubliette, will cost $40 per chap, which includes shipping & handling, your generous purchase donation will go directly to Onkwawenna Kentyohkwa, Six Nations Language Initiative. Order your copy here!

Quill Fated Scribes Meet the team and learn of their origin stories.


Tony Moore, Singer/Songwriter

”I have followed the growth and inspirational development of CCIQ Press for quite some time – I am proud to be a judge for the incredibly innovative Poetry Olympics and I am constantly impressed by the breadth of diversity and creativity that CCIQ Press supports and promotes…”

Georgia Melaris, Author

It is with enormous pleasure that I am part of the first-ever Carnaval de Poésie. When I was accepted as the main sponsor, I felt a sense of pride in appreciating the diversity of content. As you all know, I am an author, and there came a time I really did get writer’s block. For a while, I just could not put pen to paper. Then I met an amazing lady named Rania. We talked for hours and her encouragement and belief in me and the support she showed me began to wake me up. I felt the urge to write again. She was able to motivate me so much, that I am almost finished with my sequel novel to Daniela, and also a third novel which was born from Daniela. I would call her at all hours of the day and night and sure enough, she would always answer giving me that little push I needed to keep going. This woman has empowered me and even when we are not speaking, her words are heard in my mind loud and clear and I just keep ongoing. 

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