Laurie Anne Fuhr is a poet and singer-songwriter now living in Calgary. She has lived in Ottawa, Winnipeg, Cold Lake, and Germany as a military brat.
Her first book, night flying, was released in Fall 2018 from Frontenac House (Calgary), and her first EP, love in the digital age, is available on Bandcamp. Laurie’s poetry has been published in various magazines and anthologies, and her manuscript for night flying was shortlisted for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. In Calgary, she instructs poetry at the Alexandra Writers Centre Society, organizes and hosts the Single Onion Open Mic, and daylights in secretarial and security.