Lisa Robertson


Lisa Robertson has lived in Vancouver for twenty-odd years and is in the midst of moving to the nineteenth arrondisement. Her books of poetry include The Apothecary, XEclogue, Debbie: An Epic, and The Weather. Forthcoming from Clear Cut Press this fall is Occasional Works and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture, a linked series of essays on cities, architecture and ornament. She moonlights as an astrologist for Nest: a Quarterly of Interiors under the pen name Swann.

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