"Loving the killer, where art and life don't meet: my
interest in killers is part of my feminist training, most victims
are female and I want to know my enemy". In This Magazine: v28 n7
(March/April, 1995) : p12-15.
"Lynn's case: in writing about Paul Bernardo, mixing
truth and fiction has drawn outrage and acrimony. The media, it
seems, holds the monopoly on reconstructing events" [Paul's Case].
In Globe & Mail Metro Edition: D 1'97 : pD1.
"Pop tart: the poetry of a playmate" [Celebrity poetry].
In This Magazine: v28 n4 (November, 1994) : p46-48.
"Sexual positions: a reply to Victoria Branden's 'Get
That Grin off your Face!' and 'No Sex, Please, We're Gents'". In
Books In Canada: v23 n6 (September, 1994) : p26-29.
"The journalist & the murderer" [Excerpt from Paul's
Case]. In This Magazine: v31 n2 (S/O'97Special Literary Issue) :
"Women who love to kill too much: back to school with
Karla Homolka". In This Magazine: v28 n3 (September/October, 1994)