CLOUTIER, Cecile. Canadian, b. 1930. Genres: Poetry. Career: Professor, poet, essayist, playwright. Publications: Mains de sable, 1960; Cuivre et soies, suivi de Mains de sable, 1964; Cannelles et craies, 1969; Paupieres, 1970; revised as Cablogrammes, 1972; Chaleuils, 1978; trans. by A. Amprimoz as Springtime of Spoken Words, 1979; L'Echangeur, 1985; L'Ecoute: Poemes 1960-1983, 1986; Lampees, 1990; Ancres d'encre: poesie, 1993; Ostraka: poesie, 1994; Le poaimier: poemes, 1996. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: 44 Farm Greenway, Don Mills, Toronto, ON, Canada M3A 3M2.
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