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Dorina Michelutti
Dorina Michelutti was born in Sella di Rivignano, a town near Udine, Italy, in the Friuli region. In 1958 her family emigrated to Canada and she grew up in North York, Toronto. Her first book of poems, Loyalty to the Hunt, appeared in 1986 with Guernica Editions, followed by Ouroboros: The Book That Ate Me (1990). Her much quoted essay, “Coming to Terms with the Mother Tongue,” first appeared in Tessera, 6 (1989). After 1996 she lived and worked in different parts of the world including China. In the interim, she earned a Masters in Applied Communication from Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C. After China she taught at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco. She died of cancer in Oman in March 2009.

Books by Dorina Michelutti

Loyalty to the Hunt