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Lorna Crozier

Photo: Brenda Pelkey 1988

Born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Lorna Crozier has published poems in numerous magazines and anthologies and seven books. She's taught at various summer schools, including the Saskatchewan Summer School of the Arts and the Banff School of Fine Arts; and has also been writer-in-residence at several institutions, most recently the University of Toronto. She currently teaches in the Department of Creative Writing at the University of Victoria.

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Inventing the Hawk. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1992.
Angels of Flesh, Angels of Silence. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1988.
The Garden Going On Without Us. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1985.
The Weather. Regina, SK: Coteau, 1983.
Humans and Other Beasts. Winnipeg, MB: Turnstone, 1980.


Western Magazine Award, non-fiction, 1989.
Governor General's Award (Poetry), 1992.
Shortlisted, Governor General's Award (Poetry), 1986, 1989.
Shortlisted, National Radio Award for Chile, 1987.
CBC Radio National Poetry Competition, 1987.
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