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Bibliography of Works by Daphne Marlatt


Zócalo. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1977.

Ana Historic: a novel. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1988.

Taken. Concord, ON: House of Anansi Press, 1996.

Poetry & Prose Poetry

Net Work Selected=

Frames of a Story. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1968.

leaf leaf/s. Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1969.

Rings. Vancouver: Vancouver Community Press, 1971.

Vancouver Poems. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1972.

Steveston. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1974.

Our Lives. Carrboro, NC: Truck Press, 1975.

What Matters: writings 1968-70. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1980.

here & there. Lantzville, BC: Island Writing Series, 1981.

How Hug a Stone. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1983.

Steveston. 2nd ed. Edmonton: Longspoon Press, 1984. With photographs by Robert Minden.

Touch to my Tongue. Edmonton: Longspoon Press, 1984. With artwork by Cheryl Sourkes.

Readings from the Labyrinth by Daphne Marlatt

and Nicole Brossard, Mauve. Montreal: Nouvelle barre du jour, 1985.

and Nicole Brossard, character/jeu de letters. 1986.

with Betsy Warland, double negative. Charlottetown: Gynergy Books, 1988.

Salvage. Red Deer, AB: Red Deer College Press, 1991.

Ghost Works. Edmonton: NeWest. 1993.

and Betsy Warland, Two Women in a Birth. Toronto: Guernica: 1994.

Steveston. 3rd ed. Vancouver: Ronsdale Press, 2001. With photographs by Robert Minden.

This Tremor Love Is. Vancouver: Talonbooks: 2001.

Seven Glass Bowls. Vancouver: Nomados, 2003.


Editor. Steveston Recollected: a Japanese-Canadian history. (Essays). Victoria: Aural History, Provincial Archives of British Columbia, 1975.

with Carole Itter. Opening Doors: Vancouver’s East End. 1979.

Literary Criticism

Readings from the Labyrinth. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1998.

Selected Writings

Wah, Fred, Ed.. Net Work: selected writing. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1980.

Recent Periodicals

“Bardo blues, street-level, Bardo: notation & Bardo note.” (3 Poems) Event 36:1 (Summer 2007): 34-36.

“Two poems: such multiple scales & written over.” Open Letter 12.8 (Spring 2006): 170-174.

“Roy Kiyooka: from eminence to immanence.” West Coast Line: A Journal of Contemporary Writing & Criticism. 38.3 (Winter 2005): 39.

“Out of the Blue.” (Poem) Capilano Review 2.45 (Winter 2005): 23-34.

Updated February 13 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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