John B. Lee’s prodigious output began with his first publication Poems Only a Dog Could Love in 1976 and now has well over 50 books. Prize Winner for Winston Collins/Descant Prize for the Best Canadian Poem, John B. Lee lives in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada where he works as a full time author.
He is the Poet Laureate of Brantford & Norfolk County. He is also an Honourary Life Member of The Canadian Poetry Association.
His work has appeared internationally in over 500 publications, and has been translated into French, Spanish, Korean, Hungarian and Chinese. He has read his work in nations all over the world including South Africa, France, Korea, Cuba, Canada and the United States.
Interviews & Articles
Books from Other Publishers
- Being Human
Sunbun Press, 2010
- Dressed in Dead Uncles
Black Moss Press, 2010
- King Joe: A Matter of Treason—the life and times of Joseph Willcocks (1773-September 5, 1814)
Heronwood Enterprises, 2010
- The Place that We Keep After Leaving
Black Moss Press, 2008