Passionate Lives - Lorna Crozier, Poet
South Vancouver Island
Sat. February 20th, 2010 7:00pm
Margaret Laurence once called Lorna Crozier "a poet to be grateful for." Born in Saskatchewan, Lorna Crozier lives on Vancouver Island and teaches writing at the University of Victoria, where she is a Distinguished Professor and the Chair of the Department of Writing. Inventing the Hawk (1992), received all three of Canada's national poetry awards: the Governor General's Award, the Pat Lowther Award for the Best Book of Poetry by a Canadian Woman, and the Canadian Authors' Association Award for poetry. Her tenth book of poetry, What the Living Won't Let Go, was published by McClelland and Stewart in the spring of 1999. It received the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Award for the best book of poetry in BC that year.
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