Corri Lobbezoo

Writer  |  Researcher



Corri Lobbezoo is an emerging Canadian author who lives traditional, unceded Lək̓ʷəŋən territory on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Lobbezoo writes poetry and fiction about the earth, gender, spirituality, sex, solitude and relationships. She is currently working on an eco-feminist revolutionary novel and eating dark chocolate daily.

She hopes you are keeping well during the pandemic, advocating for the lives of black people and people of colour in your own way (donating money, writing, amplifying, and so on), and welcomes you to connect through email or Instagram. She's also on Facebook and just starting the fascinating journey of Twitter tweets. 


"May I write words more naked than flesh, stronger than bone, more resilient than sinew, sensitive than nerve."



Small Town Kid, UNTIL Magazine

June 10, 2020

In Issue 5 of UNTIL Magazine by Victoria Arts Council, the topic is Memory.

Lobbezoo writes a short creative non-fiction piece about growing up as a farm kid in the tiny town of Lynden, Ontario.

Read the full piece here on page seven. 

“A word after a word after a word is power.”

Margaret Atwood



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