Breathin' My Name With A Sigh. "First Draft," January 1978, "Second Draft," January 1979. Coach House Press Manuscript Editions, Toronto: Coach House Press.
Articulations. Vancouver: Nomados, 2007.
with Roy Miki, Beyond the Orchard, a collection of essays on bpNichol's The Martyrology (Vancouver, West Coast Line H Project, 1997)
with Roy Miki, Colour. An Issue, a special issue of West Coast Line #13-14, Spring-Fall 1994.
with Susan Rudy Dorscht and Ashok Mathur, Interventing the Text: The Calgary Conference, May 1991 as Open Letter Eighth Series, Nos.5-6, Winter-Spring 1993.
Editor, with Frank Davey, The SwiftCurrent Anthology, Coach House Press, 1986.
ORAL ANTinterventing the textHOLOGY, a reading anthology for "Interventing the Text: a symposium on the politics of text," University of Calgary, May 2-4, 1991. With Ashok Mathur.
Swift Current. The SwiftCurrent Anthology. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1986. With Frank Davey.
Net Work. Selected Writing of Daphne Marlatt. With introduction. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1980.
Place, Anyplace. An Anthology of Photographs and Writing from the Kootenays. Castlegar: Cotinneh Books, 1973.
from Diamond Grill ("That could be the answer") in Harmony (Macmillan Canada, 1998):58
ten61, a collection of creative writing from the University of Calgary winter 1997, six poems.
Quiet Fire: A Historical Anthology of Asian American Poetry 1892-1970 edited by Juliana Chang, Asian American Writers Workshop, New York, 1996: "They are burning" and "Mountain."
Anecdotal Waters, a book project with Mireille Perron and Paul Woodrow, Calgary, 1996.
Fresh Tracks: Writing the Western Landscape, ed. by Pamela Banting (Victoria, Polestar Books, 1998): "Clematic Creek Humming" and "Nose Hill"
from Waiting for Saskatchewan ("Waiting for Saskatchewan") in Neil Besner, Deborah Schnitzer, and Alden Turner, eds., Unocommon Wealth: An Anthology of Poetry in English Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1997.
from Breathin my name with a sigh ("My father hurting-") in James Barry, ed., Coast to Coast: Canadian Stories, Poetry, Non-Fiction, Drama (Toronto, Nelson Canada, 1995) 54.
a selection of ten poems in Walter K. Lew, ed., Premonitions: The Kaya Anthology of New Asian North American Writing (New York, Kaya Productions, 1995) 269-282.
from "Elite" in Coming to Gum San, a social history textbook, D.C. Heath Canada Ltd. 1995.
from Breathin my name with a sigh ("Sitting hurt-") in Victor Ramraj, ed., Concert of Voices: An Anthology of World Writing in English (Peterborough: Broadview Press, 1995) 461.
"Three poems" from Breathin' My Name with a Sigh, in Inside the Poem, ed. by W.H.New, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1992.
"If Yes Seismal," in TransLit, An Anthology of Literary Translations, ed. by Susan Ouriou. Calgary: Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta, 1992.
"Elite 1-10." Many Mouthed Birds, An anthology of Chinese-Canadian Writing, ed. by Jim Wong-Chu and Bennett Wong. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1991.
"This Dendrite Map: Father/Mother Haibun," in The Contemporary Canadian Long Poem ed. by Sharon Thesen. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1991.
"Artknot 13," "Biotext fragment #57," "I'd get into Ruth's death business but." Words We Call Home, ed. by Linda Svendsen. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1990.
"All the Timmings." Alberta Rebound, ed. by Aritha van Herk. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1990.
"Elite 1-10." Singularities, ed. by Geoff Hancock. Windsor: Black Moss Press, 1990.
"Frenchy D'Amour" in Brushes With Greatness, ed. by Russell Banks, Michael Ondaatje, and David Young. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1989.
"Father/Mother haibun 20." Vancouver Poetry ed. by Allan Safarik.Winlaw: Polestar Books, 1986.
"They are Burning" and "Lardeau/Summer, 1964" in British Columbia: A Celebration ed. by George Woodcock. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1983.
"My Horse," "Acrobat on a Ball," "Lardeau/Summer 1964," "Among," "Hermes in the Trees," "Here," "The Plan of a Tree," "On the Earth," "Song," "Hey! It Looks Like," " nv s ble," "Not so much," "Outside it's Snowing," "We Eat," "The Build Up," "As He Leaves Her," "Next Spring." The Contemporary Canadian Poem Anthology ed. by George Bowering. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1983.
"Breathe Dust..." The New Oxford Book of Canadian Verse ed. by Margaret Atwood. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1982.
"Song." To Say The Least ed. P.K. Page. Toronto: Press Porcepic, 1979: 56.
" As he leaves her." Six B.C. Poets, a series of six broadsides, ed. by Roy Miki. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1978.
"Outside it's Snowing." The West Coast Renaissance ed. by Robin Skelton and Charles Lillard. Victoria: as The Malahat Review, #45, January 1978.
New: West Coast edited by Fred Candelaria (Vancouver: as West Coast Review, XII/2, 1977 and Intermedia Books)
"I'm afraid of the end." End Uv Th World Speshul ed. by Bill Bisset. Vancouver: blewointmentpress, 1977.
"September Spawn," "From in Here." Western Windows ed. by Patricia Ellis and Sandy Wilson. Vancouver: Comcept Press, 1977.
reprints in Tish No.1-19 ed. by Frank Davey. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1975.
"Don't Cut Me Down," "this is a hard language to work out," "Tree of coloured textured brain," "Poem for Turning." A special Canadian issue of Boundary 2, Vol.III, No.1, Fall 1974, ed. by Margaret Atwood, Warren Tallman, Eli Mandel, and Robert Kroetsch.
"Place.....Anyplace and Get Lost," "Out Here," "Wapiti Knows the Way," "The Flower," "Moss," "Tree of Coloured Textured Brain," "See the Arrow." Place...Anyplace and Get Lost: An Anthology of Kootenay Words and Pictures ed. by Fred Wah. Castlegar: CoTinneh Books, 1973.
"The Fire," Lardeau/Summer 1964," "Gold Hill," "They Are Burning," "The Cold Snow Feet," "Mountain," "The Figuring," "Song for Sally," "Eyes." New Wave Canada ed. by Raymond Souster. Toronto: Contact Press, 1966.
"Philly Talks Back" in Philly Talks #6, October 1998:2
Review of Gingko Kitchen by Louise Bak. Rice Paper, Vol.4, No.2 1998.
Interview with Leung Ping Kwan for special issue on Hong Kong, West Coast Line #21 (30/3), Winter 1996-97
Review of Dreams in Harrison Railroad Park by Nellie Wong, Under Flag by Myung Mi Kim, and Sphericity by Mei-mei Berssenbrugge. Small Press Trade, Summer 1996.
Review of JamelieJamila Project by J. Hassan and J. Ismail. Border Crossings, Summer 1993: 61.
Review of Azure Blues by Gerry Gilbert. Journal of Canadian Poetry (Forthcoming, Fall, 1993)
Review of Dancing Table by R.A. Simpson and Selected Poems by Elizabeth Riddell. Span (Australia), Fall, 1992)
Review of gifts: The Martyrology Book(s) 7 & by bp Nichol. Journal of Canadian Poetry (Fall, 1992)
Review of Saving Face by Roy Miki. "The Beat of the Word," Border Crossings, Summer 1991: 33-34.
"Oh Aritha," response to Aritha van Herk's Places Far From Ellesmere. Forewords, Fall 1990: 20.
Review of Tsunami Editions. West Coast Line, No.1,Spring 1990: 147-151.
Review of Anne Szumigalski's Dogstones. Prairie Fire, Vol.IX No.3, Autumn 1988: 116-118.
"From Aleph to Merz," a review of Colin Morton's The Merzbook and Colin Browne's AbrahamBooks in Canada, Vol.17, No.4, May 1988: 27.
"Oranges and Onions," a review of Yehuda Amichai's Travels, Janice Kulyk Keefer's White of the Lesser Angels, and Frank Davey's The Abbotsford Guide to India. Books in Canada, Vol.16, No.2, March 1987: 32-34.
Review of Alchemist 9. Canadian Literature, Vol.III., No.108, Spring 1986: 150-152.
Review of Andrew Suknaski's Montage for an Interstellar Cry and E.F. Dyck's The Mossbank Canon. Books in Canada, Vol 12, No.4, April, 1983 (mistakenly attributed to Robert Kroetsch).
Review of Considering How Exaggerated Music Is by Leslie Scalapino. Brick #18, Spring 1983: 8-9.
"Standing and Watching the Writing Writing," on the writing of Nicole Brossard, la nouvelle barre du jour (Montreal) #118-119, Novembre 1982: 156-158. (invited).
"Language in Revolution," CV II, Vol. 6, No.4, August 1982: 3.
Review of The Sad Phoenician by Robert Kroetsch. Periodics (Seattle and Vancouver) #7-8, Winter 1981: 180-181.
"To Locate," review of Songs and Speeches by Barry McKinnon. Open Letter 3/7, Summer 1977: 110-111.
"Speak My Language: Racing the Lyric Poetic." West Coast Line No. Twenty-Four (31/3) Winter 1997-98, "Sitelines" issue.
"Half-Bred Poetics" in "HypheNation," a special of Absinthe, Winter 1997
"Loose Change (A Molecular Poetics). Hole No.6, Summer, 1996.
"Cohen's Noos," Special issue of Canadian Poetry No.33, Fall/Winter, 1993:100-107.
"Artists Writing Artists" with Mireille Perron, Amy Gogarty, David Garneau, Lorne Falk, and Rob Milthorp, a discussion. Open Letter 8th Series, Nos. 5&6, Winter-Spring 1993:19-34.
"Poetics of the Potent" in Open Letter Ninth Series, Number 2, Spring 1995: 75-87.
"Faking It." West Coast Line No. Ten (27/1) Spring 1993:30-33
"A Poetics of Ethnicity," Twenty Years of Multiculturalism: Successes and Failures , Stella Hryniuk, ed.(Winnipeg: St. John's College Press, 1992):99-110.
"Bowering's Lines." Essays in Canadian Writing, No.38, Summer 1989: 101-106. (invited).
"Contemporary Saskatchewan Poetry." A slightly edited version of an earlier article. Writing Saskatchewan, ed. by Kenneth G. Probert. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1989: 54-62. (invited).
"Subjective As Objective: The Lyric Poetry of Sharon Thesen." Essays in Canadian Writing, No.32, Summer 1986: 114-121. (invited).
"Which At First Seems To Be A Going Back For Origins." An essay on some American women writers, Amazing Space. Edited by Smaro Kamboureli and Shirley Neuman. Edmonton: Longspoon Press and NeWest Press, 1986: 374-379. (invited).
"Making Strange Poetics," Open Letter 6/2-3, Summer-Fall 1985: 213-221. (invited).
"Contemporary Saskatchewan Poetry." Essays on Saskatchewan Writing, ed. by Ed Dyck. Regina: Saskatchewan Writers Guild, 1986: 197-219. (invited).