Diana Hartog (born 1942 in Palo Alto, California) is a Canadian poet and fiction writer. She won the Gerald Lampert Award in 1983 for her poetry collection Matinee Light, and the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize in 1987 for Candy from Strangers.
|Born||October 25, 1942|
Palo Alto, California
|Notable works||Matinee Light, Candy from Strangers, The Photographer's Sweethearts|
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- "Haida artist book wins two awards". Vancouver Sun, October 31, 1987.
- "Future winners". Kingston Whig-Standard, August 31, 1991.
- "Book prize finalists announced". Vancouver Sun, March 20, 1993.
- "Mystic hero plays God, ends up as Devil". Toronto Star, April 27, 1996.
- "Structure moves in, out of lucidity". Winnipeg Free Press, June 25, 2006.
- "New rules coming to get Canadian literature in schools". Vancouver Sun, July 26, 2008.
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