Campbell, Anne, 1938-

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Born in Paddockwood, Saskatchewan, poet and writer Anne Campbell attended school in Saskatoon and Hanley, Saskatchewan. Following graduation from the Hanley High School, she studied drama at the Conservatory of Music, University of Saskatchewan, Regina College (1960-1962), and has continued to take courses and workshops on writing and other topics of interest. She has worked in the area of public relations and communications for several cultural and arts organizations, including the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery in Regina (1975-1978), the Glenbow Museum (1979-1980), and the Heritage Park Society (1980-1981) in Calgary. She has been Head of the Public Relations Department at the Regina Public Library since 1981. Anne Campbell has published four collections of poetry: 'No Memory of a Move' (1983); 'Death is an Anxious Mother' (1986); 'Red Earth, Yellow Stone' (1989); and 'Angel Wings All Over' (1994). Her poetry and prose have been featured in numerous journals, magazines, and anthologies, and have been broadcast on CBC Radio, local and national. She has garnered a number of awards for her writing including a Saskatchewan Arts Board Award (1990) and Saskatchewan Writers Guild Major Awards (1984, 1989). She has presented readings, talks and workshops across Canada, and was a founding member of the Correction Line Poetry Group. She is an active member of several professional organizations including the Saskatchewan Writers Guild, League of Comedian Poets, and the Writers Union of Canada. Beyond her writing, Anne Campbell is interested in issues related to museums and heritage preservation. She has served on the Regina Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee (1986-1989), and is a member of numerous museum, heritage, arts and cultural organizations.

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