Lance Blomgren

Lance Blomgren
Born1970 (age 46-47)
Cumberland, British Columbia
  • University of Victoria
  • Concordia University


Lance Blomgren (given birth to 1970) is a Canadian article writer who’s known for his published fiction and essays. He was raised in Courtenay, Uk Columbia and spent various years living and composing in Victoria, Uk Columbia, Montreal, Quebec, Todas las Cruces, New Mexico and Vancouver, Uk Columbia. He completed levels from the School of Victoria in Victoria, Uk Columbia, and Concordia School in Montreal, Quebec. Aside from his books, Blomgren’s composing offers appeared frequently in Matrix newspaper (Montreal), ascent newspaper (Montreal), Geist, (Vancouver) and Visual Codec (Seattle). In 1998, his publication, Liner earned the Canadian bpNichol Award. In 2004, his collection Part Parts was nominated for the Canadian ReLit Prize. He’s also noted being a curator and critic of modern visual artwork, having curated for the Rad’a gallery in Montreal, the Helen Pitt Gallery in Vancouver as well as the Klondike Institute of Artwork and Lifestyle in Dawson Town, Yukon, and having published authoring art in a variety of journals and magazines internationally including, Artwork Asia Pacific (NY), Fillip (Vancouver, Uk Columbia) and Informal Architectures (London, UK, Black Dog Posting).


Practice, Intrepid Visitor Press, Union Bay, Uk Columbia, 1995.Manual for Newbies, (co-authored) Intrepid Visitor Press, Oakville, Ontario, 1996.Liner, ITP Books, Union Bay, Uk Columbia, 1998.Walkups, conundrum press, Montreal, Quebec, 2000.Oasis, Saidye Bronfman Center for the Arts, Montreal, Quebec, 2001.Corner Parts, conundrum press, Montreal Quebec, 2004.Walkups: Scènes de la vie Montréalaise, Editions Adage, Montreal, Quebec / Editions Maelstrom, Brussels, Belgium, 2007.

Further reading

Artspeak exhibition catalogue