Alison Calder grew up in Saskatoon. She’s published two collections of poetry: Wolf Tree (2007), which won two Manitoba Book Awards and was shortlisted for both the Pat Lowther and the Gerald Lampert awards; and In the Tiger Park (2014), which was a finalist for the Lansdowne Poetry Prize. She is also the co-author, with Jeanette Lynes, of the JackPine chapbook Ghost Works: Improvisations in Letters and Poems. This summer, a set of poems from her “Connectomics” sequence won a Manitoba Magazine Award. She now lives in Winnipeg, where she teaches Canadian literature and creative writing at the University of Manitoba.
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