Laurie D. Graham is a poet, editor, and the publisher of Brick magazine. Her first book, a long poem called Rove, was nominated for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award for best first book of poetry in Canada. Her second book, Settler Education, is out now with McClelland & Stewart. Poems from that book were shortlisted for the CBC Poetry Prize and won the Thomas Morton Poetry Prize. Laurie is also on the advisory board of the University of Regina Press’s new Oskana Poetry & Poetics series.
Laurie comes from Sherwood Park, Alberta / Treaty 6 territory, and she currently lives in Kitchener, Ontario / Haldimand Treaty territory.
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