Lake Sagaris

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Lake Sagaris (born 1956 in Montreal) is a Canadian journalist, poet and translator who lives in Chile.

Her book After the First Death: A Journey Through Chile, Time, Mind was a non-fiction finalist for the 1996 Governor General's Awards for Literary Merit.[1] She won first prize in the Periodical Writers Association of Canada Magazine and Newspaper Travel Writing Contest 1997 for her article "Norte Grande."[2]

Books[edit]

  • Sagaris, Lake. Bone and dream : into the world's driest desert. 1st ed. -- Toronto : A.A. Knopf Canada, c2000. ISBN 0-676-97223-3 (about the Atacama desert in Chile)
  • Sagaris, Lake. After the first death : a journey through Chile, time, mind. Toronto : Somerville House Publishing, c1996. xxviii, 401 p., [8] p. of plates : ill., maps, ports. ; 24 cm. ISBN 1-895897-63-7
  • Sagaris, Lake. Medusa's children : a journey from Newfoundland to Chiloé. Regina : Coteau Books, c1993. 142 p. : map ; 23 cm. ISBN 1-55050-046-5
  • Sagaris, Lake. Exile home = Exilio en la patria. [Dunvegan, Ont.] : Cormorant Books, Casa Canadá, c1986. 104 p. ; 23 cm. Poems in English and Spanish. ISBN 0-920953-04-2

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Canada Council for the Arts - Cumulative list of finalists
  2. ^ Sources 41 - The Winners