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Rachel Zolf is a poet and editor from Toronto who is presently living in New York. Her third full-length book, HUMAN RESOURCES, won the 2008 Trillium Book Award for Poetry and was shortlisted for a Lambda Award. Previous collections include Shoot & Weep (Nomados), from Human Resources (Belladonna books), MASQUE (The Mercury Press) and Her absence, this wanderer (BuschekBooks). She was the founding poetry editor for The Walrus magazine and has edited several books of poetry. NEIGHBOUR PROCEDURE (Coach House Books, 2010) is her most recent book.
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