Born in Chatham, ON and raised in Windsor, ON, D.A. Lockhart is the author of The Gravel Lot that was Montana (Mansfield Press 2018), This City at the Crossroads (Black Moss Press 2017), and Big Medicine Comes to Erie (Black Moss Press 2016) He is a graduate of the Indiana University – Bloomington MFA in Creative Writing program where he held a Neal-Marshall Graduate Fellowship in Creative Writing. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Malahat Review, The Journal, Windsor Review, Pamplemouse, Contemporary Verse 2, Mackinac, Minor Literature[s], Straylight Literary Magazine, and Vinyl Poetry and Prose among others. He is recipient of Canada Council for the Arts grants for Aboriginal People and Ontario Arts Council grants for both his poetry and his fiction. He holds degrees from Trent University, Montana State University, and Indiana University. He is the publisher for Urban Farmhouse Press based out of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He is a member of the Moravian of the Thames First Nation.
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