Randy Lundy

Randy Lundy is a poet and short story writer from Saskatchewan.
Randy Lundy is a poet and short story writer from Saskatchewan. (University of Regina Press)

Randy Lundy is a short story writer, poet and member of the Barren Lands (Cree) First Nation. He also teaches creative writing and Indigenous literature at Campion College in the University of Regina. Born and raised in Manitoba, he now lives in Pense, Sask.

Lundy has three poetry collections, Under the Night Sun, published in 1999, Gift of the Hawk, published in 2004, and his latest called Blackbird Song.

Books by Randy Lundy


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