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. She won first prize in the Periodical Writers Association of Canada Magazine and Newspaper Travel Writing Contest 1997 for her article "Norte Grande."
- 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.,  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
- Lake Sagaris Official site.
- Sagaris, Lake. "Fear eats the soul." new internationalist, issue 161 - July 1986
- Sagaris, Lake - "Not Now, NAFTA - Chile and the North American Free Trade Agreement" - Sierra, January 1999
- Living on Earth, December 4, 1998. Chip Plant Threatens Chilean Rainforest, by Lake Sagaris
- Kolbeins, Melanie. Review of Bone and Dream by Lake Sagaris. Canadian Literature, issue 181 (Summer 2004): 103-104.
- The Writers' Union of Canada - Lake Sagaris
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