is a Canadian writer who lives in France. In Spring 2006, a new book
of poetry, The Men, was recently published by Bookthug (Toronto, www.bookthug.ca).
Previous books include XEclogue, Debbie: an epic, The Weather (all
published by New Star, Vancouver), Rousseau's Boat (Nomados, Vancouver),
and a collection of essays, Occasional Works and Seven Walks from
the Office for Soft Architecture. (Coach House Books, Astoria www.chbooks.com).
She is quite itinerant and has taught and held residencies at Kootenay
School of Writing, UC San Diego, Capilano College, The American University
of Paris, University of Cambridge, Dartington College of Art, and
at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. She is currently
in residence at UC Berkeley.
Listen to Lisa Robertson read from Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the Office of Soft Architecture.
Listen to Robertson read from The Weather: Introduction to The Weather, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
to Robertson read from The Men: A Lyric Book.