Lorna Crozier

Lorna Crozier
Photo courtesy of Gary McInstry

lorna crozier's  first collection, Inside in the Sky, was published in 1976. Since then, she has authored 14 books of poetry, including The Garden Going on Without  Us, Angels of Flesh, Angels of Silence, Inventing the Hawk, winner of the 1992 Governor-General’s Award, Everything Arrives at the Light, Apocrypha of  Light, What the Living Won’t Let Go, and most recently Whetstone . Whether Lorna is writing about angels, aging, or Louis Armstrong’s trout sandwich, she continues to engage readers and writers across Canada and the world with her grace, wisdom and wit. She is, as Margaret Laurence wrote, “a poet to be grateful for.” Presently, she lives near Victoria, where she teaches and serves as Chair in the Writing Department at the University of Victoria.

 

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