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Hélène Dorion

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Hélène Dorion, (born 21 April 1958) is a Canadian poet, and writer. Life Born in Quebec City, Quebec, Dorion taught literature before heading Publisher Noroît from 1991 until 2000. She also conducted a series of audio recordings of poetry and music, and was writer in residence at the UQÀM and the University of Montreal. Dorion has published over twenty books of poetry, Without including board, not the end of the world (1995 ), The Walls of the Cave (1998), Portraits of the seas (2000), and delight: the places (2005). An anthology of her poems, prepared by Pierre Nepveu, entitled On the clay and breath, was published in pocket Éditions TYPO, and in 2006, Éditions de France published a retrospective of her poetry under the title Worlds fragile, frail things. Dorion is the author of fifteen artists' books, and her works are included in many anthologies. Her work appeared in Estuary (Quebec), the Courier of the International poetic Studies (Belgium), Cronica (Romania) and omen
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