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Lochhead, Douglas (Grant)

LOCHHEAD, Douglas (Grant)

LOCHHEAD, Douglas (Grant). Canadian, b. 1922. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history, Bibliography. Career: General Ed., Literature of Canada Series: Poetry and Prose in Reprint, 1972-, and Toronto Reprint Library of Canadian Prose and Poetry, 1973-, University of Toronto Press. Writer-in-Residence, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB, 1987-90. Publications: The Heart Is Fire: Poems, 1959; Poems in Folio, no. 1 and no. 2, 1959, 1963; It Is All Around: Poems, 1960; Poet Talking, 1964; A&B&C&: An Alphabet, 1969; Millwood Road Poems, 1970; Prayers in a Field: Poems, 1974; The Full Furnace: Collected Poems, 1975; High Marsh Road, 1980; Battle Sequence, 1980; A E: A Long Poem, 1980; The Panic Field, 1984; Tiger in the Skull, 1986; Upper Cape Poems, 1989; Dykelands, 1989; Black Festival, 1991; Homage to Henry Alline, 1992; Breakfast at Mel's (poems), 1997; All Things Do Continue (poems), 1997; The Lucretius Poems, 1998; Cape Enrage: Poems on a Raised Beach, 2000; Yes, Yes, Yes! (poem), 2001; Weathers: Poems New and Selected, 2002; Orkney, October Diary (poem), 2002. EDITOR: (with N. Frye and J.A. Irving) T. McCulloch, The Stepsure Letters, 1960; (with R. Souster) Made in Canada: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Poetry, 1970; Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies, rev. ed., 1972; (with R. Souster) 100 Poems of Nineteenth Century Canada, 1974; J.B. Hart, St. Ursula's Convent or The Nun of Canada, 1991. Address: 9 Quarry Ln, Sackville, NB, Canada E4L 4G3.

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