Publications

ART

Semioculus – March 2022. Issue 13 / Theme: Nightmares. Art zine featuring the dark, dreamlike, surreal. My mixed media collage pieced, ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ (above right, click to enlarge), is included in this issue. This piece captures several elements of a very dark and complex dream.



Tissue Box Challenge: A Pandemic Response – December 2022. In 2020, the Quebec Collage Collective hosted a challenge to make a collage using a tissue box. A selection of entries were included in a book published by the Kolaj Institute / Kasini House. My entry is shown above on the right (click to enlarge). https://www.kolajinstitute.org/.

SAD Magazine – July 2021 / Issue 31: Lost. An independent magazine dedicated to covering Vancouver’s independent arts and culture from the perspective of local, emerging writers and artists. My collage entitled ‘Out of the Picture’ (above right, click to enlarge) is in this issue. 


WRITING



“Jane Wayne.” Keeping Our Stories Alive Anthology. Toronto, ON: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives; 2013.

Anthology of works that were shortlisted for CLGA’s 2008 Personal Narrative



“To Fight an Infection.” Women Who Care: Women’s Stories of Health Care and Caring. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Pottersfield Press; 2010.

“Through prose and poetry, this book captures the personal and professional values and expectations of women caregivers at each stage in their lives and careers. It examines women’s experiences as the providers and recipients of health care.”


“Lesbian Lament.” Trivia: Voices of Feminism, Issue 10, 2009.

TRIVIA: Voices of Feminism embraces “women’s feminist voices as expressed through stories, essays, poems, visual art, and other creative forms.”



“The Music Stopped.” Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine, 2009.

Blood and Thunder is a medically themed arts journal published by the Oklahoma College of Medicine.




“The Life of a Loser (a work-in-progress, so to speak).” Portfolio milieu 2004.  Vancouver, BC: milieu press; 2004.

Anthology of works-in-progress by Canadian women writers.