Phil Hall has been publishing poetry in Canada since the early seventies and is the author of many books & chapbooks. His book of essay-poems, Killdeer (2011), won the Governor General's Literary Award for Poetry in English, as well as Ontario's Trillium Book Award. He has taught widely, and been in residence at Queen's University, the University of Ottawa, Sage Hill, the Pierre Berton House (Yukon), and most recently at UNB in Fredericton in 2018-2019. He is a valued editor / mentor of poetry manuscripts. He is the founder of Flat Singles Press, and the Director of The Page Lectures at Queen's University.
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