Patrick Lane and Lorna Crozier read poems from among their many poetry books including Last Water Song from Harbour Publishing and The Blue Hour of the Day published by McClelland & Stewart. We talk about the ways of “seeing”–how these ways might be determined without our even knowing it in our formative years. Patrick looks very close-up to things, and Lorna‘s vision requires the expanse of space–fields upon fields. Between them they have covered almost everything–from nonfiction to novels to anthologies. We talk about Canada’s literary scene and ecology too.
photo credit: Literary Photographer