Jay Ruzesky





Jay Ruzesky


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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Jay Ruzesky was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1965 and raised in Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Calgary, and Kelowna. He studied at Okanagan College (with John Lent), the University of Victoria (with Constance Rooke), the University of Windsor (with Alistair MacLeod), and at the Banff Centre for the Arts.

His poems and stories have appeared in Canadian and American journals such as Caliban, Prism international, Canadian Literature, Event, Saturday Night, Descant, Border Crossings, and Poetry Northwest. His books include Blue Himalayan Poppies, Writing on the Wall, Painting The Yellow House Blue: Poems, and Am I Glad To See You.

He is on the editorial board of the Malahat Review and teaches English, Creative Writing and Film Studies at Vanco
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In Antarctica: An Amundsen ...

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The Wolsenburg Clock

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Blue Himalayan Poppies

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Painting The Yellow House B...

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Am I Glad To See You

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