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Published by Coach House Press in Toronto .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementGail McKay.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9199.3.M3235 P3
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. ;
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4484307M
ISBN 100889101051
LC Control Number79313086

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Pat Lowther From: Time Capsule. Polestar , pp. 1, the fear the fear is of everything staying the way it is and only i changing the fear is of everything changing and i staying the same the world expanding branch tunnel cell more and more precious and terrible while i grow only more fragile and confused the fear is my own hands beating. Pat Lowther died on Septem , her head smashed in with a hammer at her East Vancouver home. The mustard-coloured house where Pat and Roy Lowther lived on East 46 th Avenue near the cemetery, is a three-storey, classic kit home with a welcoming front porch and stained glass on the front door. There’s a church at the end of the street. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. for a book of poetry by a woman author. T he Pat Lowther Memorial Award is given for a book of poetry by a Canadian woman, and is in memory of the late Pat Lowther, whose career was cut short by her untimely death in This award honours books by woman-identifying folks. The award carries a $2, prize and will be announced in May with the shortlist announced in April.

When Pat Lowther was murdered in , she had published only two collections of poetry: This Difficult Flowering and Milk Stone.A third collection, A Stone Diary, had been submitted for publication at the time of her death, and would be published by the Oxford University Press in Three years later, a fourth collection, Final Instructions, would be compiled from early and unpublished poems/5. The Pat Lowther Memorial Award was first given out in Honouring books written by those who identify as women, it was created as a celebration and remembrance of Lowther’s life and work. Click here and then scroll down to see the list of winners of every Pat Lowther award, which reads like a who’s who of Canadian poetry.   The title of Pat Lowther’s second collection, The Age of the Bird (), alludes to mythic stages of evolution and change, beginning with sea creatures, moving on to snakes and finally to the bird — the universal symbol of freedom. A long poem in eight sections, it is based loosely on the life and death of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara. The Pat Lowther Memorial Award is given for a book of poetry by a Canadian woman, and is in memory of the late Pat Lowther, whose career was cut short by her untimely death in This award honours woman-identifying poets who have released a book in the past year.

The Pat Lowther Memorial Award is given for a book of poetry by a Canadian woman published in the preceding year, and is in memory of the late Pat Lowther, whose career was cut short by her untimely death in The award carries a $1, : Today's Book of Poetry. Lowther was a former co-chair of the League of Canadian Poets and since the League has awarded the Pat Lowther Award to a book of poetry by a Canadian woman . The author of three books of poetry published by small presses, Vancouver-born Pat Lowther, who was murdered in September , achieved in A Stone Diary, her last collection, a range and assurance that prompted Robert Fulford to write: 'It was especially sad about her death that she was on the edge of whatever fame and success Canadian poetry has to offer.'/5. Patricia Louise Lowther (née Tinmuth) (J – September 24?, ) was a Canadian poet. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, she grew up in the neighboring city of North Vancouver.. Life. When she was ten years old, her first published poem appeared in The Vancouver Sun.. It wasn't until that she published her first collection, This Difficult Flowring, with Very Stone House, a.