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Paper Rout

Postmedia in the gutter

Past Trauma

Richard Wagamese and an Indigenous literary resurgence

Family Pride

Profiles in gay life

Lois Lorimer

Lois Lorimer is a poet, actor and teacher. Her poetry chapbook Between the Houses was published by Maclean Dubois in Edinburgh in 2010. Her poems have appeared in literary journals, including Arc and Hart House Review as well as in the anthologies The Bright Well (Leaf Press, 2011) and Connectivism (Variety Crossing Press, 2012). Her first collection of poems, Stripmall Subversive, is forthcoming from Variety Crossing in the fall of 2012.

Articles by
Lois Lorimer

Vanity Table

April 2012
  From the moment I saw you— your curves and secret places—I was held. Reflected in your smoky eye.   You languished alone in the cottage like private faces that once gazed into yours: arched eyebrows rouged lips,   searched you for imperfections. Tiny drawers held 1930s hairpins, tuning forks in love’s symphony.   Carmine…