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She met Liu Xiaobo in the 1980s at a literary gathering and married him when he was imprisoned in 1996 (so that she could visit him in prison legally as she explained). Suggestion submitted by June Coxon, Ottawa, Ontario. While still a student she became interested in the votes for women movement and attended suffrage rallies including August 8, 1908 in Orillia, Ontario. Her poetry has been published in ECOllective, Tar River Poetry, Weber Studies, City Arts, Petroglyph, Irreantum, Dialogue and other places.

Pages: 88

Publisher: Artists' Corner Loft; 1 edition (March 26, 2013)

ISBN: 0615786391

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