Elisabeth Harvor

Elisabeth Harvor is the author of three poetry collections, including Fortress of Chairs, winner of the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award. Her first novel, Excessive Joy Injures the Heart, was named one of the Toronto Star’s ten best books of 2000 and was followed by the novel All Times Have Been Modern. Let Me Be the One, her third story collection, was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award. In addition, she was a finalist in Narrative’s Winter 2011 Story Contest. Harvor, who currently lives in Ottawa, grew up on Canada’s east coast, in the Kennebecasis River Valley.

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