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Steve Luxton

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Born in Coventry, England, Steve Luxton lives in Hatley, Quebec.

He is a founder of the Montreal Storytellers, now defunct, an oral and narrative performance group. He has edited a collection of short stories entitled Saturday Night at the Forum (1981) and (with Janice LaDuke) an anthology of poetry entitled Full Moon (1983), featuring a number of leading Canadian women writers. His first book, Late Romantics, a collaboration with Robert Allen and Mark Teicher, was published in 1980. A teacher by profession, he lectures in English and Creative Writing at John Abbott College and Concordia University. He is one of the original editors of Matrix magazine and The Moosehead Review. He is the author of three poetry collections, the hills that pass by (1987), Iridium (1993) and Luna Moth and Other Poems (2004). He is, along with Keith Henderson, publisher of DC Books.

Books by Steve Luxton

0919688918.lu Luna Moth

091968842x.ir Iridium

0919688144.sl Hills That Pass By, The

The_dying_meteorologist_-_steve_luxton The Dying Meteorologist

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