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Selected Published Works

Books

Reckoning, Turnstone Press, Winnipeg, MB; September 2008 (200 pp; short fiction).

Old Stones, TouchWood Editions, Horsdal & Schubart, Victoria; November 2002 (230 pp; literary nonfiction).

 

Anthologies

A Year of Coming Home, Everything is So Political, Roseway Publishing, Halifax, 2013.

A Year of Coming Home, The Lounge Companion: Volume 2, Lion Press, London, 2010.

Fraser Canyon Summers, Imagining British Columbia: Land, Memory & Place, Anvil Press, Vancouver, 2008.

The Forest, The Trees, The Fed Anthology, Anvil Press, Vancouver, 2003.

Homing Instinct, Pleasure Vessels, Angela Royal Publishing, London, 1997.

How to Take a Lover, The Southern Anthology, Lafayette: 1995.

The Possibility of Jack, Brought to Book, Harper-Collins, London, 1994.

 

Creative Nonfiction

 In The Blood, fillingStation (#62), Calgary, 2015.

Arms, Thumbnail Magazine, Austin, TX; Spring 2011.

Gently This Night, All Rights Reserved, Mt. St. Vincent, NS, February 2008.

Long Road Home, Nuggets, Vol. I No.6, North Wind Press, Toronto; February 2007.

Last Walk, Pottersfield Portfolio (Vol. 22, #1), Sydney, NS, Autumn/Winter 2001.

Once City, NeWest Review (Vol 26, #2), Saskatoon, SK, July 2001.

Bagdog Blues, Pottersfield Portfolio, (Vol. 20, #1), Sydney, N.S., Autumn 1999.

Post-Ignition Combustion, Pottersfield Portfolio, Sydney, N.S., Autumn 1999.

Fraser Canyon Summers, Pottersfield Portfolio, Sydney, N.S., Autumn 1999.

Dark Journey (Creative nonfiction contest winner), Prairie Fire (Vol. 20, No.3) Winnipeg, 1999.

What's A Mother to Do?, Canadian Writers' Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2, Victoria, B.C., 1993.

 

Short Fiction

The Forest, The Trees, www.wordstogopodcast.com (Podcast #23), December 2, 2010.

Windfall, Pages of Stories, Volume 1, Calgary, 2010.

Paths of Ascent, New Orphic Review, Nelson, Fall 2007.

Moving In, All Rights Reserved, Mt St Vincent, NS, May 2007.

Summer About To Happen, Nuggets, Vol. I No.5, North Wind Press, Canada, February 2006.

Things You Don't Know About Goldfish, WordWorks, Vancouver: Fall 2005.

The Forest, The Trees, The Fed Anthology, Anvil Press, Vancouver, 2003.

Syncopation, paperplates, www.paperplates.org , (Vol. 5, No. 2) Spring 2002.

The Right One, Iceberg Anthology, Quarry Hill Publishing, Cheshire (UK), July 2000.

Do You Remember?, The Antigonish Review, (No. 118) Antigonish, N.S., Summer 1999.

A Different Kind of Wanting, The Amethyst Review, Marcasite Press, Truro, 1998.

Homing Instinct, Pleasure Vessels, Angela Royal Publishing, London, 1997.

How to Take a Lover, The Southern Anthology, Lafayette, 1995.

The Possibility of Jack, Brought to Book, Harper-Collins, London, 1994.

 

Periodical Publications

Why Not Saskatchewan?, Pure Energy Magazine, Melville, SK, July 2009.

Dakota Ridge, Cross Country Skier, Cable, WI, October 2007.

Playing God, Western Living Magazine, August 2005.

Pride Before A Fall, Our Forest Community, Sunshine Coast Forest Coalition Quarterly, May 4, 2001.

Doing Life, Fugue, University of B.C., 1994.

Smelling the Roses, Fugue, University of B.C., 1993

Towards a Deregulation of Education, The Vancouver Gazette, Vol. 1, No. 1, Vancouver, B.C. 1992.

For This Food: Where's The Thanks?, Single Parent, November/December 1988.

A Tenderfoot's Guide to the West Coast Trail, Explore, July/August 1987.

 

Stageplay

Once A Soldier, Ryga: A Journal of Provocations; Okanagan College, Volume 3, Summer 2011.

 

Reviews

In The Hands of a Pro: Mrs. Somebody Somebody (Tracy Winn), Cerise Press, Vol. 13 - Issue 8, Fall/Winter 2011.

Powell's Books, Review-A-Day: Heightened Sense of Distance: Journal of a Prairie Year (Paul
         Gruchow); http://www.powells.com/review/2010_08_22.

The Old Familiar (Alix Hawley), Wascana Review, Volume 42, Number 1, Summer 2010.

Heightened Sense of Distance: Journal of a Prairie Year (Paul Gruchow), Cerise Press, Vol. 2 Issue 4, Summer 2010

Mercy Among The Children (David Adams Richards), Coast Reporter, October 28, 2001.

Too Close To The Falls (Catherine Gildiner), Coast Reporter, October 28, 2001

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