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Poetry, Fiction, and Non-Fiction

  • The LSD Leacock. Coach House Press, Toronto, 1966
  • Winter of the Luna Moth. House of Anansi, Toronto, 1968
  • Bumblebee Dithyramb. Press Porcepic, Erin l970
  • Tommy Fry & the Ant Colony. (fiction) Black Moss press, Windsor, l970
  • Blind Photographer. Press Porcepic, Erin, 1974
  • Dream Craters. Press Porcepic, Erin, 1975
  • Virgins & Vampires. McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1975
  • Top Soil, Selected Poems (l962-1975). Press Porcepic, Erin, 1976
  • Loosely Tied Hands. Black Moss Press, Windsor, 1978
  • The Sleeping Lady. Exile Editions, Toronto, l980
  • Brides of the Stream. Oolichan Books, Lantzville, B.C., 1983
  • Poetry Hotel, Selected Poems (1963-1985). McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1985
  • Escape From the Glue Factory. (autobiographical fiction) Exile Editions, Toronto, 1985
  • The Kissing Goldfish of Siam. (autobiographical fiction) Exile Editions, Toronto, 1989
  • Beds & Consenting Dreamers. (an experimental novel) Oolichan Books, Lantzville, B.C. 1994
  • A Tentacled Mother. (in the original plus new sonnets) Exile Editons, Toronto, Oct. l995
  • The Rosenblatt Reader. (selected poems and prose, 1962-1995) Exile Editions, Toronto, Oct. 1995.
  • The Voluptuous Gardener. (new poetry and slected drawings from Carleton University Art Gallery permanent collection) Beach Holme Press, Van couver, Oct. 1996.
  • Parrot fever, Joe Rosenblatt; collages by Michel Christensen. Toronto : Exile Editions, 2002.
  • The lunatic muse, Joe Rosenblatt ; edited by David Berry. Toronto, ON : Exile Editions, 2007.
  • Dog, Joe Rosenblatt & Catherine Owen ; photos by Karen Moe. Toronto : Mansfield Press, 2008.

Bibliography: Anthologies

  • Enchanted Forest. Gage Press, Toronto, 1967.
  • Oxford Book of Canadian Verse. Oxford University Press, Toronto, 1968.
  • "Che" Anthology. Dutton Press, New York, 1968.
  • Fifteen Winds. Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1970.
  • Bookstore Anthology. Book Cellar Bookstore, Toronto, 1971.
  • Nobody But Yourself. McGraw-Hill Toronto, 1972
  • Poets of the Sixties. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1974
  • Children's Verse. Oxford Press, Toronto, 1974.
  • Where, The Other Canadian Poetry. Press Porcepic, Toronto, 1974.
  • Penguin Anthology of Canadian Verse. Penguin Books, Canada Ltd, 1976
  • Transitions, 111. Poetry Commcept Publishing , Vancouver, 1978.
  • Poets of Canada. Hurtig Publishing , Edmonton, 1978.
  • Literature in Canada. Gage publishing, Toronto, 1979.
  • Aurora, New Canadian Writing. Doubleday, Toronto, 1979.
  • To Say the Least. Press Porcepic, Toronto, 1979.
  • Mountains Are for Climbing. Ginn Publishing , Toronto, 1980
  • Writing Power 1. McGraw-Hill, Toronto, 1980.
  • The Spice Box. Lester and Orpen Dennys, Toronto, 1981.
  • Sunburst. Nelson Canada, Toronto, 1982.
  • Here is a Poem: An Anthology of Canadian Poetry. League of Canadian Poets, Toronto, 1983.
  • Lords of Winter. Exile Editions, Toronto, 1983.
  • New Oxford Book of Canadian Poetry. Editor: Margaret Atwood , Oxford Press, 1984.
  • Penguin Books of Canadian Verse (Revised Edition). Penguin Books Canada Ltd, 1984.
  • Words. Oberon Press, Ottawa, 1985.
  • Relations: Family Portraits. Mosaic Press, Oakwood, ON, 1986.
  • Vancouver Poetry. Polestar Press, Winlaw, B.C. 1986.
  • From Ink Lake: Anthology of Canadian Short Stories. Lester and Orpen Dennys, Toronto, 1990.
  • Singularities. Black Moss Press, Windsor, 1990.
  • The Moosehead Anthology. Mosshead Review Magazine, Montreal, 1990.
  • Til All the Stars Have Fallen. Kids Can Press, Toronto, 1989
  • The Brick Reader. Coach House Press, Toronto, 1989.
  • Poetry Alive. Copp Clark Pitman, Mississauga, 1991.
  • Let The Earth Take Note. First Anthology of the Milton Acorn Writers' Festival From 1987-1991, Charlottetown, P.E.I. Fall, 1994.
  • Witness to Wilderness: The Clayquit Sound Anthology. Arsenel Press, Vancouver, Fall, 1994.
  • Myths & Voices, Canadian Contemporary Fiction. White Pine Press; Editor David Lampe, Fredonia, New York, March 1994.
  • Between the Lines, (interviews) Canadian authors Editor: Hilda Kirkwood, Oberon Press, Ottawa, 1994
  • Anthologies: The Earth Take Note, First Anthology of the National Milton Acorn Festival From 1987 to 1991, Charlottetown P.E.I. published fall/1994.
  • This Aint No Healing Town, Toronto Stories (editor Barry Callaghan) Exile Editions, 1996.

Translations:

  • Gridi nel buio, My selected poems translated by Dr. Alfredo Rizzardi, Piovan Editore, l990
  • Testo a Fronte, anthology of literary translation, Milan, l991
  • Madre Tentacolare, (Tentacled Mother, a bilingual volume of my sea sonnets translated by Dr. Alfredo Rizzardi of the University of Bologna) Piovan Editore, 1995.
  • IL, Tolomeo, fall, 1996 (academic quarterly, Editor Professor Giulio Marra, University of Venice.)
  • Anthologia de La Poesia, Anglo Canadiense Contemporanea, Los Libros de La Frontera Madrid, 1985.
  • De Tweede Rond: Anthology of Canadian Literature, Translated into Dutch by Pleuka Boyce, Winter, Amsterdam,1985
  • Parole Sull'Acqua: Poesie dal Canada anglofono e francofone / publisher E Empiria, l996 Rome

Periodicals

  • English Literature, The Malahat Review, Impulse, Descant, Quarry magazine, Fiddlehead, Tamarack Review, Prism International, Moosehead Review, Canadian Forum, Exile Magazine, Review, The Nation (U.S.A.) Denver Quarterly (U.S.A.). This is About Schools, The Lakehead Review, Chelsea Review, Ariel/ Review of International English Literature.

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