Anne Campbell is an award winning Canadian writer, editor and arts advocate. Her works include six collections of poetry, the most recent, The Fabric of Day, new and selected poems, from Thistledown Press, 2017, nominated in 2018 for Sask Book Awards: the Poetry and City of Regina awards; edited works, including Regina’s Secret Spaces: love and lore of local geography, and Biblio Files, a history of the Regina Public Library, from the UofR Press; the extensive Dunlop Art Gallery catalogue, Mind the Gap; magazine and journal anthologized stories, nonfiction and poetry , as well as musical compositions performed internationally.
“… a woman who has survived, one whose spiritual autobiography contains as many epiphanies of beauty and joy as it does of regrets and failures. Her poetry is about relatedness, the special connections the truly serious, truly authentic poet explores between human beings and the natural world in which they live.”
Canadian Literature #103
Anne has supported the arts, cultural heritage and multi-cultural relationships through conference presentations, service on public Boards, and through readings, residencies, workshops, and arts advocacy. Her many awards include the City of Regina Writing award, the Mayor’s Heritage Award, the Mayor’s Writing Award, as well as local and national writing and community awards. Her Archives are located at the University of Regina Library Archives.
On writing, Anne says: keep open, always keep open.