Born in Vancouver in 1937, Glen Sorestad moved to Saskatchewan in 1947. Having acquired his M.Ed at the University of Saskatchewan, he taught until 1981. As president and co-founder of Thistledown Press, he became a major figure in the literature of the Prairies. In 2001 he was named Poet Laureate of Saskatchewan, the first provincial Poet Laureate to be officially recognized in Canada.


Jan Lake Poems (Harbour 1984)
Icons of the Flesh (Ekstasis, 1996)
Today I Belong to Agnes (Ekstasis, 2000)
Leaving Holds Me Here (Thistledown, 2001)
Grasses to Gravestones (Smokey Peace Press, 2003)
Blood & Bone, Ice & Stone (Thistledown, 2005)

[BCBW 2005] "Poetry"