About the Author

Stephen Brockwell

Stephen Brockwell cut his writing teeth in the '80s in Montreal, appearing on French and English CBC Radio and in the anthologies Cross/cut: Contemporary English Quebec Poetry and The Insecurity of Art (both VĂ©hicule Press, 1982). George Woodcock described Brockwell's first book, The Wire in Fences, as having an "extraordinary range of empathies and perceptions." Harold Bloom wrote that Brockwell's second book, Cometology, "held rare and authentic promise." Fruitfly Geographic won the Archibald Lampman award for best book of poetry in Ottawa in 2005. His most recent book is Complete Surprising Fragments of Improbable Books published by Mansfield Press. Brockwell currently operates a small IT consulting company from the 7th floor of the Chateau Laurier and lives in a house perpetually under construction.


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