Drawn from the diversity of her prairie roots, east coast experience, and world travel, Luhning measures her poems in details of how place shapes language. Blind fish swim in ancient streams, glaciers ebb and flow faithful to fluidity, hoar frost hugs the power poles all for a reason.
HOLLY LUHNING was raised on a farm in Saskatchewan, and holds a PhD specializing in 18th-century literature, madness and theories of the body. Currently, she is a Leverhulme Fellow at the University of Chichester, England. She has received a Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor’s Arts Award, and her collection of poetry, Sway, was nominated for a Saskatchewan Book Award. Visit her online at www.hollyluhning.com.