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Diana Hartog

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Occupation  poet, novelist
Period  1980s-present
Nationality  Canadian
Notable works  Matinee Light, Candy from Strangers, The Photographer's Sweethearts
Books  The photographer's sweethearts, Candy from Strangers, Matinee light, Ink Monkey, Polite to bees

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Diana Hartog (born 1950 in Sonora, California) is a Canadian poet and fiction writer. She won the Gerald Lampert Award in 1983 for her poetry collection Matinee Light, and the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize in 1987 for Candy from Strangers.

She was also a shortlisted nominee for the Journey Prize in 1991 for her short story "Theories of Grief", and for the Dorothy Livesay Prize in 1993 for Polite to Bees: A Bestiary.

She published the novel The Photographer's Sweethearts in 1996, and a new poetry collection, Ink Monkey, in 2006.

She lives in New Denver, British Columbia.


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