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Book Reviews

  • Reviews every four weeks, on Saturdays, in the Books pages of the Arts section, as
    Poetry Columnist for The Toronto Star, March 15, 1997-
  • "You Don't Have to Explain" (Search Procedures, by Erin Moure), Books in Canada, June 1997
  • (On The Edge: Women Making Hockey History, by Elizabeth Etue and Megan K. Williams), Toronto Star, February ? 1997
  • (Journey to Vaja: Reconstructing the World of a Hungarian-Jewish Family, by Elaine
    Kalman Naves), Montreal Gazette, October 1996
  • (Low Water Slack, by Tim Bowling), Books in Canada, October 1996
  • "Life as a Woman Warrior" (Rebel Daughter- An Autobiography, by Doris Anderson),
    Toronto Star, October 5, 1996
  • "Wartime Horrors and Woodland Beauty" (A Partisan's Memoir - Woman of the
    Holocaust,
    by Faye Schulman), Books in Canada, Summer 1996
  • "Unlikely Love in the Time of Genocide" (Aimee & Jaguar: A Love Story, Berlin 1943,
    By Erica Fischer), The Toronto Star, January 27, 1996
  • (Her Mother's Ashes and Other Stories by South Asian Women in Canada and the United
    States,
    edited by Nurjehan Aziz, and Without a Guide- Contemporary Women's
    Travel Adventures,
    edited by Katherine Govier), Books in Canada, February 1995
  • "Vampire Lifestyle Has Its Problems" (Blood and Chrysanthemums, by Nancy Baker),
    The Toronto Star, November 5, 1994
  • "No Place Like Home" (Kitchen Music, by Charles Foran),
    The Toronto Star, October 1, 1994
  • "Sparkling Fiction Woven Out of Pain" (Division of Surgery, by Donna McFarlane),
    The Toronto Star, August 6, 1994
    (Stories from Blood and Aphorisms, edited by Timothy Paleczny), Paragraph, Winter 1994
  • "Wrestling with the Question- Who Is a Jew?" (Deborah, Golda, and Me Being Female
    and Jewish in America,
    by Letty Cottin Pogrebin), The Globe and Mail, December 7, 1991
  • "Did You Hear the One about the Woman and the Joke?" (They Used to Call Me Snow White But I drifted - Women's strategic Use of Humour, by Regina Barreca), The Globe and Mail, July 27, 1991
  • "Daring New Directions in Women's Fiction" (Vivid - Stories by 5 Women, edited by Beverley Daurio), The Globe and Mail, December 30, 1989
    (Zero Avenue, by Leona Gom), Quill & Quire, November 1989
  • "Body Language" (Binding Twine, by Penny Kemp: Gold Earrings, by Sharon Stevenson;
    Beneath the Skin of Paradise: The Piaf Poems, by Judith Fitzgerald), Books in Canada, March 1985
  • (Stories by Canadian Women, edited by Rosemary Sullivan), Books in Canada, March 1985
  • "Atwood's Feminism" (Margaret Atwood: A Feminist Poetics, by Frank Davey), Canadian Forum, May 1985
  • "A Courageous Talent at the Beginning of Vision" (The Book of Fears, by susan Kerslake; Penumbra, by Susan Kerslake), The Globe and Mail, June 1, 1985
  • (Not an Easy Choice: A Feminist Re-Examines Abortion, by Kathleen McDonnell), Book in Canada, June/July 1985
  • "Superior Melodrama" (Superior Women, by Alice Adams), Broadside, November 1985
  • "The Complex Days of Prewar Berlin" (Berlin Solstice, by Sylvia Fraser), The Globe and Mail, November 10, 1984
  • "Tales of Newly-Strong Women" (Baker's Dozen Stories by Women, edited by The Fictive Collective), The Globe and Mail, August 4, 1984
  • (Primitive Offensive, by Dionne Brand), CUSO Forum, January 1984
  • "Women and Words" (Primitive Offensive, by Dionne Brand; A Gathering Instinct, by Betsy Warland; and Life: Still, by Gay Allison), Books in Canada, May 1982
  • "Grace that Comes with Death" (Grace, by Michael Harris; The Assumption of Private Lives, by Robert Allen; The Shanty-Horse, by Bob McGee), CVII (Contemporary Verse II), Spring 1980

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