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  • Of hours, dreams and speculations.(What If Red Ran Out)(Chameleon Hours) (The Dream World)(Book review). Barbara Myers. ARC Poetry Magazine 61 (Winter 2009): p82(7).
  • Question and Answer: Poems.(Book review). Roberta Buchanan. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies 23.1 (Spring 2008): p106(3).
  • The Sweet Edge. (Book review). Barbara Love. Library Journal 131.15 (Sept 15, 2006): p50(1).
  • Stop making sense.(The Alchemy of Hapiness)(That Singing You Hear at the Edges)(Questions and Answer)(Careful)(Book Review). Sonnet L'Abbe. Canadian Literature 186 (Autumn 2005): p113(3).
  • Question and Answer.(Book Review). Anita Lahey. ARC 52 (Summer 2004): p104(2).
  • At play in fields of words; Toronto's Alison Pick and Kevin Connolly demonstrate the variety of ways that the truly talented can freshen the language.(Books). The Toronto Star (Toronto, Ontario) (May 18, 2008): pID06.
  • Housewives and dreamers.(Book Review)(POETRY)(The Given, The Dream World) (Book review). Katia Grubisic. Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada) (March 29, 2008): pD11.
  • How sweet—and edgy—it is.(Book Review)(FICTION)(Book Review). Globe & Mail (Toronto, Canada) (Sept 3, 2005): pD4.
  • The Sweet Edge. (Book review). Maureen O'Connor. Booklist 103.1 (Sept 1, 2006): p58(1).
  • The Sweet Edge. (Book review). Publishers Weekly 253.21 (May 22, 2006): p30(1).
  • Madness and escape: Atlantic authors search for happiness; three new novels take their characters - and readers - on a quest for stability, better days and a warm body.(An Audience of Chairs)(The Sweet Edge)(Berth)(Book Review). Paul Butler. Atlantic Books Today 50 (Winter 2005): p4(1).
  • First novels.(The Sweet Edge The Sad Truth about Happiness George and Rue)(Book review). W.P. Kinsella. Books In Canada 34.9 (Dec 2005): p37(1).
  • Inhabiting the questions: the lyric sensibility of Alison Pick.(Question and Answer) (Book Review). Sue Sinclair. Fiddlehead 220 (Summer 2004): p153(5).

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