Catherine Graham's the author of four previous poetry collections, including the acclaimed trilogy Pupa, The Red Element, and Winterkill. She teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto's School of Continuing Studies, and her poetry has appeared in journals and anthologies around the world. A new and selected volume of her poetry is forthcoming in the United Kingdom. She lives in Toronto.
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If you live in southern Ontario or Victoria and love reading series, you're in luck! Check out our literary listings for this week and get your January poetry and fiction on.
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