E. Blagrave

E. Blagrave lived on air force bases in the prairies, Ontario, and Quebec until her father retired to Victoria when she was twelve. At nineteen she moved to Montreal for a few years, writing poetry and assisting in theatrical productions, before returning to Victoria where she worked for the government and as a sound and lighting technician at the McPherson Playhouse. She began writing again around 2003 and has since published poems in The Fiddlehead, Arc, CV2, and The New Quarterly, as well as in the Cormorant anthology, Undercurrents: New Voices in Canadian Poetry.

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