George Stanley

GEORGE STANLEY was born in San Francisco where, in the 1960s, he was part of the San Francisco Renaissance which included Robert Duncan, Robin Blaser, and Jack Spicer. He moved to Vancouver in the 1970s. His books include Gentle Northern Summer (New Star 1995), At Andy's (New Star 2000), his selected poems, A Tall, Serious Girl (Qua Books 2003), Seniors (Nomados 2006), and Vancouver: A Poem (New Star 2008), a finalist for the Dorothy Livesay Award. In 2006 George Stanley won the Poetry Society of America’s annual Shelley Award.

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