Lisa Robertson used to be a member of The Kootenay School of Writing in Vancouver, BC. She co-edited the poetry journal Raddle Moon with Susan Clark. She later lived in Britain, as a visiting fellow in Cambridge University, and in France.
In 2006, she was a judge of the Griffin Poetry Prize. Currently she is artist-in-residence at California College of the Arts, in San Francisco.
In 1997, Reality Street co-published Lisa Robertson's acclaimed Debbie: an Epic with New Star Books, Vancouver, Canada. Four years later we were happy to repeat the collaboration by co-publishing The Weather,which was written following Lisa's six-month Judith E Wilson visiting fellowship at the University of Cambridge.
Influenced by the BBC shipping forecast, Wordsworth’s The Prelude, Constable, Cobbett and others, The Weather is an energising brew.NOT FOR SALE IN THE USA/CANADA
2001, 1-874400-22-9, 88pp, price
DEBBIE: AN EPIC
Debbie: an Epic was this talented Canadian poet’s debut book in the UK. Debbie is playful, intelligent, audacious and wide-ranging in her lightly-worn learning: Girl Power meets Virgil meets Edith Sitwell.
Published in association with New Star Books, Canada (as was Lisa's later bookThe Weather – see above).NOT FOR SALE IN THE USA/CANADA