Charles Lillard

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Charles "Red" Lillard (February 26, 1944 - March 27, 1997) was a poet and historian specializing in British Columbia, Southeast Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.

He was born in Long Beach, California and raised in Ketchikan, Alaska. He died in Victoria, British Columbia.

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Poetry[edit]

  • Cultus Coulee - 1971
  • Drunk on Wood - 1973
  • Jabble - 1975
  • Voice, My Shaman - 1976
  • Poems - 1979 (with Doug Beardsley)
  • Circling North - 1988
  • Shadow Weather: Poems, Selected and New - 1996

Fiction[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Seven Shillings a Year - 1986
  • Fernwood Files - 1989 (with J. Ellis)
  • The Brother, XII, B.C. Magus: A Quest for The Brother, XII - 1989 (with Ron MacIsaac and Don Clark)
  • Land of Destiny - 1991 (with Michael Gregson)
  • Just East of Sundown - 1995
  • A Voice Great Within Us: The Story of Chinook - 1998 (with Terry Glavin)

Anthologies[edit]

  • In the Wake of the War Canoe - 1981
  • Dreams of Freedom: Bella Coola, Cape Scott, Sointula - 1982
  • Warriors of the North Pacific: Missionary Accounts of the Northwest Coast, The Skeena and Stikine Rivers, and the Klondike, 1829-1900 - 1984
  • Nootka - 1986
  • The Ghostland People - 1989
  • The Call of the Coast - 1992

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