Tim Lilburn was born in Regina. He has published six poetry collections, including his most recent, Kill-site (2003), winner of the 2003 Governor General’s Literary Award for Poetry, To the River (1999), winner of the Saskatchewan Book Award for Book of the Year, Moosewood Sandhills (1994), winner of the Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry, and Tourist To Ecstasy (1989), a finalist for the Governor General’s Award in poetry. His poems have been widely anthologized. Lilburn teaches Creative Writing at the University of Victoria, BC.
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