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Bibliography of Works about Daphne Marlatt

Barbour, Douglas. Daphne Marlatt and Her Works. Toronto: ECW Press, 1992.

Beddoes, Julie. “Mastering the Mother Tongue: Reading Frank Davey Reading Daphne Marlatt’s How Hug a Stone.”

Billingham, Susan. “Changing the Subject in Daphne Marlatt and Besty Warland’s Double Negative.” Essays on Canadian Writing 70 (Spring 2000): 127.

Butling, Pauline. Poets Talk: conversations with Robert Kroetsch, Daphne Marlatt, Erin Mouré, Dionne Brand, Marie Annharte Baker, Jeff Derksen and Pred Wah. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2005.

Godard, Barbara. “Body I: Daphne Marlatt’s Feminist Poetics.” American Review of Canadian Studies 15.4 (Winter 1985) 481.

Harvey, Roseanne. “Opening Out.” Ascent 35 (2007).

Holbrook, Susan. “Mauve Arrows and the Erotics of Translation.” Essays on Canadian Writing 61 (Spring 1997): 232.

Hunter, Lynette. “Daphne Marlatt’s poetics: what is an honest man? And can there be an honest woman?” Open Letter 12.8 (Spring 2006): 143.

Knutson, Susan Lynne. Narrative in the Feminine: Daphne Marlatt and Nicole Brossard. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2000.

Kossew, Sue. “History and place: an interview with Daphne Marlatt.” Canadian Literature 178 (Autumn 2003): 49-56.

Lowry, Glen. “Cultural citizenship and writing post-colonial Vancouver: Daphne Marlatt’s Ana Historic and Wayde Compton’s Bluesprint.” Mosaic 38.3 (Sept 2005): 21. 

Milne, Heather. “The Elliptical Subject: Citation and Reciprocity in Critical Reading of Ana Historic.” Canadian Poetry. 57 (2005): 86-102.

Mix, Deborah M.. “An erotics of collaboration: Daphne Marlatt and Betsy Warland’s ‘Double Negative’” Contemporary Literature 41.2 (Summer 2000): 291.

Neuman and Kamboureli, Eds.. “A Special Daphne Marlatt Feature.” Line 13 (1989).

Nichols, Miriam. “Subjects of Experience: post-cognitive subjectivity in the work of bp Nichol and Daphne Marlatt.” Studies in Canadian Literature 25.2 (2000): 108-130.

Reed, Sabrina. “Against the Source: Daphne Marlatt’s Revision of Charles Olson.” Studies in Canadian Literature 26.1 (2001): 132-144.

Ribkoff, Fred. “Daphne Marlatt’s ‘Rings’: An extension of the proprioceptive.” Essays on Canadian Writing 50 (Fall 1993) 231.

Rosenthal, Caroline. Narrative Deconstructions of Gender in works by Audrey Thomas, Daphne Marlatt, and Louise Erdrich. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2003.

Saul, Joann. “Narrative in the Feminine: Daphne Marlatt and Nicole Brossard.” University of Toronto Quarterly 71.1(Winter 2001): 372.

Scheel, Kathleen M.. “Freud and Frankenstein: the monstered language of Ana Historic.” Essays on Canadian Writing 58 (Spring 1996): 93.

Vautier, Marie. “Canadian Fiction Meets History and Historiography: Jacques Poulin, Daphne Marlatt, and Wayson Choy.” Colby Quarterly 35.1 (March 1999).

Williamson, Janice. “‘It gives me a great deal of pleasure to say yes’: Reading/Writing Lesbian in Daphne Marlatt’s Touch to My Tongue.Beyond Tish. Ed. Douglas Barbour. Edmonton: Newest, 1991. 123-29.

Zwicker, Heather. “Daphne Marlatt’s Ana Historic: Queering the Postcolonial Nation.” Ariel 30.2 (April 1999): 161-75.

Updated February 12 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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