Paul Savoie’s poetry collections include Amour flou, Racines d’eau, L’Émpire des rôdeurs, and Fishing for Light. Several of the poems in The Selected Poetry of Louis Riel, a Savoie translation, appeared in Maggie Siggins’ biography, Riel: A Life of Revolution.
His most recent book is L’autre bout du monde, tome 3 : Se frayer un chemin (Les Editions L'Interligne, 2017)
Savoie is also a musician and has written many songs in collaboration with other songwriters. His most recent poetry collection, Crac (Les Éditions David), won the 2007 Trillium Award for Poetry.
Originally from St Boniface MB, Savoie moved to Ontario in the 1970s and lives in Toronto.