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Patrick Lane Biography
Patrick Lane (born March 26, 1939, Nelson, British Columbia) is a Canadian poet. He first had his poetry published while he was a nomadic logger in northern British Columbia. He has lived for many years with fellow poet Lorna Crozier. They live in Saanichton, British Columbia. He is the brother of poet Red Lane. His poetry tends to deal with humanity's harsh treatment of the Earth, and also often touches on the frequent violence of human interrelations.

Letters from the Savage Mind - 1966
Separations - 1969
Mountain Oysters - 1971
The Sun Has Begun to Eat the Mountain - 1972
Beware the Months of Fire - 1974
The Measure - 1980
Old Mother - 1982]
Woman in the Dust - 1983
A Linen Crow, A Caftan Magpie - 1984
Selected Poems - 1987
Milford and Me - 1989
Winter - 1989 (nominated for a Governor General's Award)
Motral Remains - 1991 (nominated for a Governor General's Award)
How Do You Spell Beautiful? And Other Stories - 1992
Too Spare, Too Fierce - 1995
Selected Poems - 1997
The Bare Plum of Winter Rain - 2000
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