Victor Coleman

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Victor Coleman
Born (1944-11-09) November 9, 1944 (age 74)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
GenrePoetry
Notable awardsHarbourfront Festival Prize (2000) [1]

Victor Coleman (born September 9, 1944) is a Canadian poet.

Biography[edit]

Born in Toronto, Coleman was the first editor at Coach House Books from 1966 until 1975. After his tenure in publishing, he managed the multidisciplinary art centre, A Space in Toronto for four years. He has also taught film studies at Queen's University and creative writing at York University.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Old Friends' Ghosts: Poems 1963-68 (1970)
  • Terrific at Both Ends (1978)
  • Captions for the Deaf (1979)
  • From the Dark Wood (1985)
  • Corrections (1985)
  • Lapsed WASP (1994)
  • The Exchange: Poems 1984-95 (1999)
  • LETTER DROP (2000)
  • Honeymoon Suite/ Letter Drop (2001)
  • MI SING (2004)
  • Icon Tact (2006)
  • Driven To Our Knees (2008)
  • Mal Arme: Letter to Drop III (2008)
  • The Occasional Troubadour (2010)
  • O - Three Lectures and a Postscript (2010)
  • IvH: An Alphamath Serial (2012)
  • Miserable Singers: Book One (2014)

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