Lowther, Pat

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Lowther, Pat

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1935-1975

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Pat Lowther published three books of poetry: The Difficult Flowring (1968), The Age of the Bird (1972) and Milk Stone (1974). Three more volumes of verse were published posthumously: A Stone Diary (1977), Final Instructions (1980) and Time Capsule (1997). She became the first co-chairwoman of the League of Canadian Poets in 1974. In 1975, she was murdered by her husband, at the age of forty. The Pat Lowther award, organized by the League of Canadian Poets, is issued annually to the best first collection of poetry by a female poet.

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Created January 8, 2016. SS

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