Colin Browne's first book of poetry was Abraham. His documentary films include Father and Son and White Lake, which was nominated for a Canadian Film Award for Best Feature Documentary. He was an editor of Writing magazine and co-founder of the Kootenay School of Writing. Current projects include a screenplay, I'll Be Loving You; a history of filmmaking in British Columbia from 1899 to 1971 entitled Fugitive Events; a study on the documentary impulse in Canadian film and poetry, Running with the Fox, Riding with the Hounds; and Altar, a short film using text from his latest poetry collection, Ground Water. Colin lives in Vancouver.