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Criticism and Reviews:

  • Speaking in the past tense : Canadian novelists on writing historical fiction. Herb Wyile. Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2007.
  • The Wreckage.(Book review). Valerie Legge. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies 22.2 (Fall 2007): p561
  • Newfoundland poetry as "Ethnographic Salvage": time, place, and voice in the poetry of Michael Crummey and Mary Dalton.(Critical essay). Paul Chafe. Studies in Canadian Literature 32.2 (Summer 2007): p132
  • Massacres and floods.(Children of the Day)(The Wreckage)(Book review). Barbara Pell. Canadian Literature 191 (Winter 2006): p167(2)
  • Beothuk gothic: Michael Crummey's River Thieves. Herb Wyile. Australasian Canadian Studies 24.2 (July 2006): p171(25)
  • Directions in Newfoundland Memoir.(Newfoundland: Journey in to a Lost Nation)(The Road to Nowhere)(Book review). Jennifer Delisle. Canadian Literature 188 (Spring 2006): p165(2).
  • Lament for a Notion: Loss and the Beothuk in Michael Crummey's River Thieves. Paul Chafe. Essays on Canadian Writing 82 (Spring 2004): p93(25).
  • A piece of Hard Light: excerpts from Michael Crummey's Hard Light. (Poetry/Poesie).(Critical Essay). John Steffler. Labour/Le Travail (Fall 2002): p163(13).
  • Water, sex and the rock: Michael Crummey's "Flesh & blood" as a republic of dreams. Andrew Pyper. New Quarterly 21.2/3 (Summer-Fall 2001): p80-6.
  • Hard light. Event 29.2 (Summer 2000): p120-4.
  • Poetry.(Letters in Canada 1998; Lettres canadiennes 1998)(Review). Marnie Parsons. University of Toronto Quarterly 69.1 (Winter 1999): p42(40).
  • Hard light. Antigonish Review 119 (Autumn 1999): p35-8.
  • Flesh & blood. Prairie Fire 20.3 (Autumn 1999): p245-6.

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