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Criticism

"At first, the new Prairie poets were mostly male, but in time a number of important women poets have appeared, including Anne Campbell, Lorna Crozier, Leona Gom, Kim Morrissey and Anne Szumigalski."
 
          Douglas Barbour, "Poetry in English,"
          The Canadian Encyclopedia, World Edition (1998)


Book Reviews

Batoche

  • Campbell, Glen. Canadian Ethnic Studies 22.2 (1990): 132-33.
  • Davis, Patrick. NeWest Review 15.2 (December 1989/January 1990): 34-35.
  • Mansbridge, Francis. Poetry Canada Review 12.1 (December 1991): 24-25.
  • Skretkowicz, Victor. British Journal of Canadian Studies 7.1 (1992): 169-70.
  • KAHTOU 7.24 (December 11, 1989): 11.

Poems for Men Who Dream of Lolita

  • Barbour, Douglas. "Keep It Concrete." Books in Canada 21.4 (May 1992): 60-62.
  • Taylor, Bruce. Matrix 38 (1992): 71-73.
  • Lee, Edmund. eye 25 June 1992.
  • Jurdjevic, Deborah. Canadian Woman Studies 14.1 (Fall 1993): 99-101.
  • Event 22.2 (Summer 1993): 143-47.
  • Dyck, Ted. NeWest Review 18.3 (April-May 1993): 19.
  • Hunter, Catherine. "Speaking Lolita." Prairie Fire 14.3 (Autumn 1993): 137-39.
  • Price, Richard. Verse 11.1 (Spring 1994): 132. (complete review)

Dora: A Case of Hysteria

  • Wasserman, Jerry. "Letters in Canada 1990: Drama." University of Toronto Quarterly 61.1 (1991): 95.
  • Much, Rita. Canadian Theatre Review 83 (Summer 1995): 82-83.

Clever as Paint: The Rossettis in Love

  • Zimmerman, Cynthia. "Letters in Canada 1998: Drama." University of Toronto Quarterly 69.1 (Winter 1999/2000): 81-104.
  • Wasserman, Jerry. "Sensitive Souls." Canadian Literature (web reviews) 1999.
  • Stage Directions Magazine October 1996: 4.

Scholarly essays

  • Döring, Tobias. "The Real Inspector Freud: Kim Morrissey, Terry Johnson, and the Drama of Hysteria." Drama and Reality: Papers given on the occasion of the third annual conference of the "German Society for Contemporary Theatre and Drama in English." Ed. Bernhard Reitz. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1996. Contemporary Drama in English 3 (1995): 29-45. (excerpt / complete)

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