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Books & Chapbooks

  • Active Pass, Manuscript under consideration by publisher, 83 pp in MS.
  • Point No Point, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd.: Toronto, ON, 2006, 78 pp.
  • Grief Notes & Animal Dreams, Brick Books: London, ON, 1995, 75 pp.
  • The Trees Just Moved Into A Season Of Other Shapes, Quarry Press, Inc.: Kingston, ON, 1986, 83 pp.
  • Daughters, Fiddlehead Poetry Books: Fredericton, NB, 1982, 77 pp.

Anthologies

  • "I develop a technique for unlocking doors one-handed," forthcoming in Rocksalt, an Anthology of Contemporary BC Poetry, edited by Harold Rhenisch and Mona Fertig, Mother Tongue Publishing Limited, Fulford-Ganges, BC, 2008.
  • "Salmonberries," Open Wide a Wilderness: Canadian Nature Poems, edited by Nancy Holmes with an introductory essay by Don McKay, forthcoming from Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008.
  • "Entering Active Pass," Poem of the Week on the Parliamentary Poet Laureate's website, www.parl.gc.ca/poet, July 2007, 450 words.
  • "Monk," was displayed on billboards on Vancouver buses and Skytrain, Poetry in Transit project, BC Hydro, 2006-2007.
  • "Great Horned Owl," "Crows," "Frog," Listening with the Ear of the Heart: Writers at St. Peter's, edited by Dave Margoshes and Shelley Sopher, St. Peter's Press, Muenster, SK, 2003, pp. 206-209.
  • "Django Blues," Why I Sing the Blues: Lyrics & Poems, edited by Jan Zwicky and Brad Cran, Smoking Lung Press, Vancouver, BC, 2001, p.70.
  • "Common Intercourse," Following the Plough: Recovering the Rural, edited by John B. Lee, Black Moss Press, Windsor, ON, 2000, p. 137.
  • "Wood Box," New Life in Dark Seas: Brick Books 25, editor Stan Dragland, Brick Books, London, ON, 2000, p. 107.
  • "Boatyard," Vintage 97-98, League of Canadian Poets, Quarry Press Poetry, Kingston, ON, 1998, pp. 156-157.
  • "Transit" displayed on billboards on Vancouver buses and Skytrain, Poetry in Transit project, BC Hydro, 1997-98.
  • "Satori," "Woman Clothed by the Sun," "14,600 Carrots," Words We Call Home: Celebrating Creative Writing at UBC, editor Linda Svendson, UBC Press, Vancouver, BC, 1990, pp. 268-270.
  • "Journal Poems: 11/11/91 Remembrance Day, 12/11/91- for two students, 13/11/91, 14/11/91, 15/11/91 - Galiano Island, 16/11/91 - Galiano Island, 19/11/91, 21/11/91 - thinking of M.S., whose father died this afternoon, 33rd Annual Adult Education Research Conference Proceedings, University of Saskatchewan, 1992, Saskatoon, SK, pp. 306-312.
  • "Leeds for Dialogue: Poems-Change agents, Carnegie Centre, Sainik Farm, Taking things into their own hands," Transatlantic Dialogue: A Research Exchange, SCUTREA/AERC/CASAE, University of Leeds, July 1988, pp. 305-310.
  • "Midwife," A Labour of Love: An Anthology of Poetry, on Pregnancy and Childbirth, editor Mona Fertig, Polestar Press, Winlaw, BC, 1989, p. 123.
  • "Hyacinth," Addressing the Needs of Returning Women, editor Linda H. Lewis, New Directions for Continuing Education, Jossey-Bass Higher Education Series, San Francisco, CA, Number 39, Fall 1988, pp. 96-97.

Journals

  • "Girl in a Wicker Chair" and "Child with Two Adults," forthcoming in The Antigonish Review, Antigonish, NS.
  • "The quiet way to the happy country," forthcoming in The Warwick Review, Coventry, U.K.
  • "Master your hands and your feet, your words and your thoughts," Prairie Fire, Summer 2008, pp. 62 - 65.
  • "Shu'ua tells the cops" and "Mt. Baker cut by telephone wires," The Fiddlehead, No. 236, Summer 2008, pp. 124 - 125.
  • "As a Merchant Breaks in a Fine Horse, Master Yourself," Literary Review of Canada, 16/ 5, June 2008, p. 14.
  • Beehive," "Heat Wave," "September 29th," (in English and in Chinese translations), North American Maple: A Literary Journal, Chinese Literature Society of North America, Victoria, BC, No. 3 2007, pp. 14-17.
  • "Monk," Canadian Literature, Number 183, Winter 2004, p. 39.
  • "Come away a while and rest…," Grain Magazine, Saskatoon, SK, Volume 32, Summer 2004, p. 70
  • "If on a winter's night a traveler. . . .," The Antigonish Review, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS., Volume 135, Autumn 2003, p. 107.
  • "Prairie Rose" and "Wet Coast," Event, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC, Volume 32/2, Summer 2003, pp. 27-28.
  • "The only photograph I have of my father's parents. . . .," The Massachusetts Review, Winter 2003, pp. 656-657.
  • "Winter Morning," Grain Magazine, Saskatoon, SK, Volume 30/3, Winter 2003, p. 44.
  • "Crows," The Malahat Review, The University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Summer 2002, #139/p. 60.
  • "Salmonberries" & "False Lily-of-the-Valley," The Fiddlehead, Summer 2002, # 212/pp. 117-118.
  • "Common Intercourse," Event, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC, Winter 1997, 26/3, p.81.
  • "Banish Fear and Despair," "With Sharon," "Smorgasbord," The Malahat Review, The University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Fall 1997, #120/pp 92-94.
  • "Li-The Clinging, Fire," The Malahat Review, The University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Fall 1997, #110/pp 108.
  • "In the Time of the Dying of Mothers," "The Fine Minutiae of Moments," "Remembrance Day," "Grandmother Spider Said to Set Aside the Ego Roles," Prism International, The Department of Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Fall 1994, 33/1, pp. 36-42.
  • "Grief Notes & Animal Dreams," "Wanting," Event, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC, Winter 1993, 22/2, pp. 45-49.
  • "Romance," "Helicopter by the Lake," "It's in the Kitchen," "Fishing Sonnet," "Dream Tiger," The Capilano Review, The Capilano Press Society, Summer 1993, Vancouver, BC, Series 2, No. 11, pp. 54-63.
  • "Salt Woman," "Washday," Canadian Literature, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Summer 1993, #137 pp. 61-62.
  • "Animal Lives," (Event, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC, Summer 1992, 21/2, p. 57.
  • "A Dream of Margaret Atwood," "Nursery Rhyme," "Shelburne Farms," Poetry Canada Review, Toronto, ON, July 1992, 12/3 & 4, p. 9.
  • "Paradigm Apartments: Towards a Researchable Question… 1. It Must Contribute To Theory, 2. It Must Be Manageable, 3. It Must Be Parsimonious, 4. It Must Be Significant: Fanny Bay Bill, 5. It Must Be Testable;" "Wanting;" " Thinking #1;" "Thinking #2;" The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, Toronto, ON, November 1987, 1/ 2, pp. 53-60.
  • "Sleeping Together," "Kalos Eidos Skopeo," "Woman Clothed by the Sun," "Wind Pictures," Poetry Canada Review, Toronto, ON, Spring 1986, 7/3, p. 16.
  • "Satori," Poetry Canada Review, Toronto, ON, Winter 1984-85, 6/2, p. 6.
  • "Creek Bed," West Coast Review, The English Department Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, June 1984, 19/1, pp. 11-23.
  • "As Windows Shape Light," "Victoria Day / East Side," Quarry Magazine, Kingston, ON, Winter 1983, 32/1, pp. 24-27.
  • "Birds: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8," Prism International, The Department of Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Winter 1982, 20/2, pp. 19-23.
  • "Abundance," Waves, York University, Downsview, ON, Winter 1979, 7/2, p. 45.
  • "Moonset Behind Marina Island," "At the Mouth of Desolation Sound," Event, Douglas College, New Westminster, BC, 1979, 28/1, pp. 77-78.
  • "Phoenix," "Sunset on Location," Quarry, Kingston, ON, Winter 1978, 27/4, pp. 55-56.
  • "Crow Takes the M's," (story) Makara, Vancouver, BC, Fall 1978, 3/3, pp. 45-47.
  • "Sixth Line," "One," "Two," "Three," Twelfth Key enCHANTments, Applegarth Follies, London, ON, 1977, issue #3.
  • "Five," "Untitled," Prism International, The Department of Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Summer and Fall 1976, 20/2, pp. 132-133.

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