Lampman, Archibald

Lampman, Archibald

Lampman, Archibald, 1861-99, Canadian poet, b. Ontario. A post office employee all his life, he was a noted nature poet. His work appeared in Among the Millet (1888), Lyrics of Earth (1893), and Alcyone (1899).
The Archibald Lampman Award is an annual Canadian literary award, created by Blaine Marchand, and for the last few years presented by the literary magazine Arc, for the year's best work of poetry by a writer living in the National Capital Region.

The award is named in honour of Canadian poet Archibald Lampman.


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