Lorna Jackson

Associate Professor

B.A. (UVic), M.A. (UVic)

Office: FIA 241

Phone: +1.250.721.7312

E-mail: ljackson@uvic.ca

Web site: www.lornajackson.com


Areas of Research & Creative Activity

Fiction, short story, literature of sport, personal essay, writer as teacher, the agrarian landscape.


Vancouver-raised Lorna Jackson began her working life as a musician and travelled throughout BC for nine years as a bass player and singer before settling back at the University of Victoria where she received a BA and MA in English. She has taught at UVic since 1994, and in that time has published two collections of short stories, Dressing for Hope and Flirt: The Interviews; a novel, A Game to Play on the Tracks; and the nonfiction book, Cold-cocked: On Hockey. As well, her nonfiction and literary journalism have appeared in Brick, Quill and Quire, The Georgia Straight, and Malahat Review, where she serves on the editorial board.

Selected Publications


Cold-cocked: On Hockey

Published by Biblioasis


Flirt: The Interviews

Published by Biblioasis


A Game to Play on the Tracks

Published by Porcupine's Quill

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