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Ann Elizabeth Carson

Toronto-born poet, author, and artist whose literary functions include My Grandmother’s Hair as well as the Dangers of Remembrance. Her 2005 collection, Shadows Light, includes both artwork and poetry. She started writing as a kid and released her initial literary functions during her senior high school and university years. She gained a Master’s level in counselling in 1970 and eventually worked being a psychotherapist. She was created in Toronto, Ontario. She got four children and many grandchildren. She and Michele Landsberg, a fellow Canadian writer, both had written feminist-themed works.

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