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Patrick Lane

Author of What the Stones Remember: A Life Rediscovered

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Patrick has lived and traveled extensively around the world, and has been published in many countries. He has been Writer-in-Residence and teacher at a number of educational institutions, including Concordia University in Montreal and the University of Victoria and Toronto. Lane lives on Vancouver Island with his wife, the poet Lorna Crozier. In 2000, he confronted a choice: he could continue drinking and expect to die, or he could quit and live. He went into rehab and for a year, he stayed close to home, gardening and slowly rediscovering himself by searching among his memories for the root of his addiction. "There is a Season" is his memoir of this journey back.
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