Munro at the Eden Mills Writers' Festival in 2016
Munro was born in Chilliwack, British Columbia in 1943 and raised in Vancouver and North Vancouver. She studied at the University of British Columbia, undergraduate, M.F.A. and Ed.D., Indiana University B.A. and Simon Fraser University M.A. where she worked with poet Robin Blaser. She taught creative writing in several Vancouver universities, and published her third collection, Grief Notes & Animal Dreams, in 1994.
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