The bp Nichol Reading Series presents: Lorna Crozier
Oct 17, 2011, 4:30pm-5:30pm
The bp Nichol Reading Series presents Lorna Crozier for a reading and discussion of her work.
Lorna Crozier’s poetry has won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Poetry (in 1992 for Inventing the Hawk), the Canadian Authors’ Association Award and two Pat Lowther Awards. She has authored 14 books of poetry, her most recent being The Blue Hour of the Day (2007), a definitive selection of poems that concern her signature exploration of the themes of family, spirituality, bereavement, loss and love. She is also author of a memoir, Small Beneath the Sky (2009), about which Ursula Le Guin wrote, “How rare such honesty is, and how hard-won, and radiant and beautiful.” Lorna Crozier’s work appears widely in Canadian and American poetry anthologies.
Sponsored by the
|Location:||Salon Albert Tucker, York Hall, Glendon campus|
|Sponsor:||Canada Council for the Arts|
|Posted by:||Department of English|