Lynn Strongin was born, NYC, 1939, and grew up during the war years in New York and various parts of the
south. Early studies in musical composition branched out into the study of poetry. She worked for Denise
Levertov in Berkeley in the Sixties, began publishing in various anthologies. After eight years in
New Mexico, she moved to British Columbia, Canada, where she has lived for the past twenty-five years. in Canada,
British dialects affect her tone of voice in poetry. She will have nine published books by mid-2006
(including one electronic chapbook), poems in over thirty anthologies, fifty-five journals in print and on-line.
Recently she has been featured poet in New Works Review, Big Bridges, A Little Poetry, and is upcoming
featured artist in Artistry in Life, and Snow Monkey. In December, a chapter of her memoir INDIGO was
nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
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