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Lorna Crozier

Lorna Crozier

Lorna Crozier (born 24 May 1948) is a Canadian poet. She began writing under the name of Lorna Uher.

Born in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Crozier received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan. The prairies remain an essential landscape in her work. She now teaches at the University of Victoria, where she is the Chair for the Creative Writing program.

Crozier lives in Saanichton, British Columbia with her partner, fellow poet Patrick Lane.

Bibliography

Poetry

  • Inside is the Sky - 1976 (as Lorna Uher)
  • Crow's Black Joy - 1979 (as Lorna Uher)
  • Humans and Other Beasts - 1980 (as Lorna Uher)
  • No Longer Two People - 1981 (with Patrick Lane)
  • The Weather - 1983
  • The Garden Going On Without Us - 1985 (nominated for a Governor General's Award)
  • Angels of Flesh, Angels of Silence - 1988 (nominated for a Governor General's Award)
  • Inventing the Hawk - 1992 (winner of the Governor General's Award for poetry, and the Pat Lowther Award)
  • Everything Arrives at the Light - 1995 (winner of the Pat Lowther Award)
  • A Saving Grace: Collected Poems - 1996
  • What the Living Won't Let Go - 1999
  • Apocrypha of Light - 2002
  • Bones in their Wings: Ghazals - 2003
  • Whetstone - 2005
  • Bones in Their Wings: Ghazals - 2006
  • The Blue Hour of the Day: Selected Poems - 2007

Anthologies

  • A Sudden Radiance - 1987 (with Gary Hyland)
  • Breathing Fire - 1995 (with Patrick Lane)
  • Desire in Seven Voices - 2000
  • Addicted: Notes from the Belly of the Beast - 2001 (with Patrick Lane)
  • Breathing Fire 2 - 2004 (with Patrick Lane)

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