Mennonite/s Writing in Canada Bibliography

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Last updated 17 September 2021

Greg Bechtel

Boundary Problems: Stories. Calgary:  Freehand Books, 2014.

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Cruz, Daniel Shank. “Learning to Listen in Greg Bechtel’s ‘Smut Stories.’” In Education with the Grain of the Universe: A Peaceable Vision for the Future of Mennonite Schools, Colleges, and Universities, edited by J. Denny Weaver, 213-22. Telford, PA: Cascadia Publishing House, 2017.

Samatar, Sofia. “Interview with Greg Bechtel.” JMW 7.3 (2015): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/7/3/interview-greg-bechtel/#all.

David Bergen

Sitting Opposite My Brother. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1993.

A Year of Lesser. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1996.

See the Child. Toronto: HarperCollins Canada, 1999.

The Case of Lena S. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2002.

LifeSize Dinosaurs. New York: Sterling, 2004.

The Time in Between.  Toronto:  McClellan and Stewart, 2005.

The Retreat.  Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2008.

The Matter with Morris.  Toronto: HarperCollins, 2010.

The Age of Hope.  Toronto: HarperCollins, 2012.

Leaving Tomorrow.  Toronto: HarperCollins, 2014.

Stranger.  Toronto: HarperCollins, 2016.

Editor. 9 Mennonite Stories. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Rpt. as Rhubarb 41.

Here the Dark. Windsor, ON: Biblioasis, 2020.

Out of Mind. Fredericton, NB: Goose Lane Editions, 2021.

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Beck, Ervin. “Resolving Dualisms in David Bergen’s Sitting Opposite My Brother.” MQR 77.4 (2003): 637-46.

Besner, Neil. “Bergen’s Beginnings.” Essays on Canadian Writing 73 (2001): 166-83.

Brown, Heidi. “David Bergen.” New Quarterly 21.2-3 (2001): 155.

Cruz, Daniel Shank. “On Postcolonial Mennonite Writing: Theorizing a Queer Latinx Mennonite Life.” JMW 9.4 (2017): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/9/4/postcolonial-mennonite-writing-theorizing-queer-la/?page=5#all.

Miller, K.D., et al. “The Spirit Moves—Or Does It? Are Writers Divinely Inspired?” New Quarterly 21.2-3 (2001): 256-74.

Mullins, Katie.  “Death, Animals, and Ethics in David Bergen’s The Time in Between.”  Studies in Canadian Literature 38.1 (2013): 248-66.

Steffler, Margaret. “Loss and Intimacy in David Bergen’s The Matter with Morris.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 119-37. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “Where I Come From: An Interview with David Bergen.” Prairie Fire 17.4 (1997).

Visvis, Vikki.  “Postcolonial Trauma in David Bergen’s The Time in Between.”  ARIEL 44.2-3 (2013): 169-94.

Wiens, Adelia Neufeld. “Writing is Novelist’s Opportunity ‘to explore my own darkness.’” Mennonot 8 (Fall 1996): 17.

Sandra Birdsell

Night Travellers. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1982.

Ladies of the House. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1984.

The Missing Child. Toronto: Lester & Orpen Dennys, 1989.

Agassiz:  A Novel in Stories. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1991.

The Chrome Suite. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1992.

The Two-Headed Calf. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1997.

The Town That Floated Away. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1997.

The Russlander. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2001. Reprinted as Katya. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 2004.

Children of the Day.  Toronto: Random House Canada, 2005.

Waiting for Joe.  Toronto:  Random House Canada, 2010.

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Bergman, Brian. “Pacifist and Doomed.” Maclean’s 22 October 2001: 68-71.

Birdsell, Sandra. “The Confession of a Reluctant Mennonite.” CGR 26.1 (2008): 7-40.

__________.  “Interview.” Prairie Bookworld 2, Summer 1991, 11.

__________.  “Robert Kroetsch: The Class of ‘79.” Prairie Fire 9.1 (1988): 48-55.

“Birdsell, Sandra.” Contemporary Authors 130, edited by Susan M. Trosky, 37. Gale: Detroit, 1990.

Diehl-Jones, Charlene. “Sandra Birdsell’s Agassiz Stories: Speaking the Gap.” Contemporary Manitoba Writers: New Critical Studies, edited by Kenneth James Hughes, 93-109. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1990.

Doerksen, Victor G. “‘Our Father, Which Art in Heaven . . .’: Some Thoughts on the Father Image in Mennonite Poetry.” In Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Peter Hinchcliffe, 39-51. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

Duncan, Isla. “’The Profound Poverty of Knowledge’: Sandra Birdsell’s Narrative of Concealment.” Canadian Literature 169 (2001): 85-101.

Enns, Victor. “The Green Gardens of Paradise: An Interview with Sandra Birdsell.”  Rhubarb 36, Fall 2014, 31-32.

Froese, Edna. “A Reviewer’s Farewell.” Christian Living (December 2002): 20-22.

Harrison, Dallas. “Birdsell, Sandra (1942- ).” Canadian Writers and Their Works. Edited by Robert Lecker, et al., 15-68. Toronto: ECW Press, 1995.

__________. “Sandra Birdsell: An Annotated Bibliography.” Essays on Canadian Writing 48 (1992-93): 170-220.

Heinen-Dimmer, Gabrielle. “The Whole Idea of Empathy: Prairie Realism and Female Narrative Structure in Sandra Birdsell’s Agassiz Stories.” In The Guises of Canadian Diversity: New European Perspectives, edited by Jaumain Serge and Marc Maufort, 165-73. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995.

Loewen, Hazel, and Joan Thomas. “Getting It Right: Sandra Birdsell on writing The Russlander.” Prairie Fire 23.3 (2002): http://sandrabirdsell.com/features/getting-it-right-sandra-birdsell-on-writing-the-russlander/.

McCormack, Eric, et al. “A Conversation with Sandra Birdsell.” New Quarterly 8 (1988): 8-22.

Quennet, Fabienne C. “Gender Troubles in Sandra Birdsell’s Short Story ‘Judgement.’” Ahornblatter: Marburger Beitrage zur Kanada-Forschung, 38-49.  Marburg: Universitatsbibliotels Mailing, 2004.

Reimer, Douglas. Chapter 6 of Surplus at the Border: Mennonite Writing in Canada, 133-57. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2002.

“Sandra Birdsell.” Special issue. The New Quarterly 8 (1988).

Stubbs, Andrew. “The Rhetoric of Narration in Sandra Birdsell’s Fiction.”  In Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Peter Hinchcliffe, 174-92. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

Tiessen, Paul. “Minnie Pullman and the Salvation of the Mennonite Church in Sandra Birdsell’s The Missing Child.” In On Being the Church: Essays in Honour of John W. Snyder, edited by Peter C. Erb, 123-49. Waterloo, ON: Conrad, 1992.

__________. “Putting Herself Forward: Naming and Performance in Sandra Birdsell’s The Russlander.” MQR 77.4 (2003): 647-62.

__________. “Revisiting Home: Reading Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness and Sandra Birdsell’s Children of the Day through the Lens of Ontario-Mennonite Literature.” MQR 82.1 (2008): 127-46.

Werlock, Abby H. P. “Canadian Identity and Women’s Voices: The Fiction of Sandra Birdsell and Carol Shields.” In Canadian Women Writing Fiction, edited by Mickey Pearlman, 126-41. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1993.

Zacharias, Robert. Chapter 4 of Rewriting the Break Event: Mennonites and Migration in Canadian Literature, 129-52. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2013.

__________.  “Reading The Russlander in Chortitza.”  In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 86-102. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

Kevin James Block

Without Shedding of Blood. Winnipeg: Windflower Communications, 1994.

Di Brandt

questions i asked my mother. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1987.

Agnes in the Sky. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1990.

Mother, not Mother. Stratford, ON: Mercury Press, 1992.

Wild Mother Dancing: Maternal Narratives in Canadian Literature. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 1993.

Jerusalem Beloved. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1995.

Dancing Naked: Narrative Strategies for Writing Across Centuries. Stratford, ON: Mercury Press, 1996.

Now You Care. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2003.

Bouquet for St. Mary. London, ON: Pendas Productions, 2004.

And Barbara Goddard, eds. Regenerations: Canadian Women Poets in Conversation. Windsor, ON:  Black Moss Press, 2005.

Speaking of Power: The Poetry of Di Brandt. Edited by Tanis McDonald.  Waterloo, ON:  Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006.

So this is the world & here I am in it. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 2007.

And Barbara Godard, eds.  Wider Boundaries of Daring: The Modernist Impulse in Canadian Women’s Poetry.  Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2009.

Walking to Mojácar.  Winnipeg:  Turnstone Press, 2010.

Glitter and Fall: Laozi’s “Dao De Jing” Transinhalations. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2018.

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Brandt, Di. “Afterword.” In Watermelon Syrup: A Novel, by Annie Jacobsen with Jane Finlay-Young and Di Brandt, 263-65. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2007.

__________. “Ann Fisher-Wirth’s Dream Cabinet.”  Brick 91 (2013): 176-81.

__________.  “A Complicated Kind of Author” [Interview]. Herizons 19.1 (2005): 20-45.

­­­__________. “Growing Up Among The Wild Mennonites.” Christian Living (July-August 2002): 14-17.

__________. “How I Got Saved.” In Why I Am a Mennonite, edited by Harry Loewen, 26-33. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1988.

__________. “In Praise of Hybridity: Reflections from Southernwestern Manitoba.” In After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America, edited by Robert Zacharias, 126-42. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015.

__________.  “Paradigms of Re:placement, Re:location, and Re:vision:  The Creative Challenge of the New Mennonite Writing of Manitoba (and the World).”  JMS 36 (2018): 154-69.

__________. “The Poet and the Wild City.” JMS 20 (2002): 89-103.

__________. “Postmodern Mennonite Identification(s): A Review of Robert Zacharias’s Rewriting the Break Event.”  JMS  32 (2014): 243-53.

__________. “Putting the Mother Back in the Language: Maria Campbell’s Revisionary Biogeographies and Margaret Laurence’s The Diviners.West Coast Line 33.2 (1999): 86-105.

__________. “Revisiting Dorothy Livesay’s The Husband.” Capilano Review 2.32 (2000): 75-89.

__________. “Shapeshifting Strategies for the New Millennium.” Contemporary Verse 2 22.4 (2000): 63.

__________. . “We were not causing the changes happening in the culture so much as documenting them’: 5 Questions with Di Brandt.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 7 December 2017, https://www.mennotoba.com/not-causing-changes-happening-culture-much-documenting-5-questions-di-brandt/.

__________. “What An Exciting and Creative and Challenging Time That Was!” Rhubarb 31, Winter 2012, 5.

Fisher, Sheldon. “Mother, Me, My Daughter: Feminism, Maternity and the Poetry of Di Brandt.” Wascana Review 31.1 (1996): 31-48.

Guillemot, Cecile Brisebois. “Wild Mother Dancing: An Interview with Di Brandt.” Contemporary Verse 2 23.4 (2001): 7+.

Gundy, Jeff. “New Maps of the Territories: On Mennonite Writing.” Georgia Review 57.4 (2003): 870-88.

Hostetler, Ann. “After Ethnicity:  Gender, Voice, and an Ethic of Care in the Work of Di Brandt and Julia Spicher Kasdorf.”  In After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America, edited by Robert Zacharias, 86-105University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015.

__________.  “A Valediction Forbidding Excommunication:  Ecopoetics and the Reparative Journey Home in Recent Work by Di Brandt.”  JMS (2010): 69-86.

Lousley, Cheryl. “Home on the Prairie? A Feminist and Postcolonial Reading of Sharon Butala, Di Brandt, and Joy Kogawa.” Isle: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 8.2 (2001): 71-95. Reprinted in The ISLE Reader: Ecocriticism, 1993-2003, edited by Michael P. Branch and Scott Slovic, 318-43. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2003.

MacDonald, Tanis. “Introduction.” In Speaking of Power: The Poetry of Di Brandt, edited by MacDonald, ix-xvi.  Waterloo, ON:  Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006.

Patterson, Randi. “‘The sound the wind makes’ on the Information Super Highway: An E-mail Interview with Di Brandt.’” The New Quarterly 14 (1994): 21-38.

Reimer, Douglas. Chapter 5 of Surplus at the Border: Mennonite Writing in Canada, 99-132. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2002.

Tefs, Wayne. “Rage in Some Recent Mennonite Poetry.” In Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Peter Hinchcliffe, 193-205. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

Tiessen, Hildi Froese.  “‘I didn’t have words for it’: Reflections on Some of the Early Life-Writing of Di Brandt and Julia Kasdorf.”  JMS 36 (2018): 25-41.

Williamson, Janice, ed. Sounding Difference: Conversations with Seventeen Canadian Women Writers. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993.

Connie T. Braun

The Steppes Are the Color of Sepia: A Mennonite Memoir.Vancouver: Ronsdale Press, 2008.

The Fade-Proof Lake. Vancouver: Fern Hill Publishing, 2015.

Unspoken: An Inheritance of Words.  Vancouver: Fern Hill Publishing, 2016.

Narrow Passageway.  Vancouver: Alfred Gustav Press, 2017.

Silentium: Reflections on Memory, Sorrow, Place and the Sacred.  Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2017.

The Sun in the Twelfth House. North Vancouver, BC: The Alfred Gustav Press, 2020.

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Braun, Connie T.  “Oral History, or, Food-Ways.”  JMW 10.2 (2018): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/10/2/oral-history/#all.

—. “A Selection from An Inheritance of Words, Unspoken.” In Mothering Mennonite, edited by Rachel Epp Buller and Kerry Fast, 85-102. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press, 2013.

Towery, Michael.  “Reflections on Unspoken: An Inheritance of Words by Connie Braun.”  JMW 9.1 (2017):  https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/9/1/reflections-unspoken-inheritance-words-connie-brau/#all.

Jan Guenther Braun

Somewhere Else.  Winnipeg:  Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2008.

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Braun, Jan Guenther.  “A Complicated Becoming.” JMS 34 (2016): 291-97.

___________. “An Excerpt from Don’t Drive Too Fast, Don’t Stay Too Late, and Be Good.” JMW 10.3 (2018): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/10/3/excerpt-dont-drive-too-fast-dont-stay-too-late-and/#all.

___________. “From Policy to the Personal:  One Queer Mennonite’s Journey.”  JMS 26 (2008): 69-80.

___________. “Pantries and Hauntings.” Hamilton Arts & Letters 13.2 (2020): https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal_magazine_thirteen-2/pantries-and-hauntings-by-jan-guenther-braun-1.html.

___________. “Queer Sex at Bible College.” Rhubarb 32, Spring 2013, 13-15.

___________. “Whose Law? Queer Mennonites and Same-Sex Marriage.” JMS 32 (2014): 97-113.

Cruz, Daniel Shank. “Queering Mennonite Literature.” In After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America, edited by Robert Zacharias, 143-58. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015.

__________. Chapter 2 of Queering Mennonite Literature: Archives, Activism, and the Search for Community, 47-63. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019.

Kuester, Martin.  “Between European Past and Canadian Present:  Lesbian Mennonite Writing and Collective Memory.”  In Engaging with Literature of Commitment, Volume 2: The Worldly Scholar, edited by Gordon Collier, et al., 129-37. Amsterdam:  Rodopi, 2012.

Lois Braun

The Stone Watermelon. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1986.

The Pumpkin-Eaters. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1990.

The Montreal Cats. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1995.

The Penance Drummer: Stories. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2007.

Peculiar Lessons: How Nature and the Material World Shaped a Prairie Childhood. Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 2020.

Michael Bryson

Thirteen Shades of Black and White. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1999.

Only a Lower Paradise and Other Stories. Toronto: Boheme, 2000.

Melanie Cameron

Holding the Dark. Winnipeg: The Muses’ Company, 1999.

Wake. Winnipeg: The Muses’ Company, 2003.

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Bryson, Michael. “Feature Interview.” The Danforth Review, Fall 2000, http://www.danforthreview.com/features/interviews/cameron_interview.htm.

Budde, Robert. “Beyond Wishing, She Wishes.” In Muddy Water: Conversations with 11 Poets, 21-33. Winnipeg: J. Gordon Shillingford, 2003.

Rosie Chard

Seal Intestine Raincoat.  Edmonton:  NeWest Press, 2009.

The Insistent Garden.  Edmonton:  NeWest Press, 2013.

Eleanor Hildebrand Chornoboy

Faspa: A Snack of Mennonite Stories. Winnipeg: Interior Publishing, 2003.

Faspa with Jast: A Snack of Mennonite Stories Told by Families and Guests. Winnipeg: Interior Publishing, 2007.

Lynnette D’Anna [Dueck]

Sing Me No More [as Lynnette Dueck]. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1992.

Rag Time Bone. Vancouver: New Star Books, 1994.

fool’s bells. Toronto: Insomniac Press, 1999.

Belly Fruit.  Vancouver:  New Star Books, 2000.

vixen.  Toronto: Insomniac Press, 2001.

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Kuester, Martin, and Julia Michael. “From Plain People to Plains People: Mennonite Literature from the Canadian Prairies.” American Studies Journal 63 (2017): http://www.asjournal.org/63-2017/plain-people-plains-people-mennonite-literature-canadian-prairies/.

Jeff Derksen

Down Time. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1990.

Dwell. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1993.

Transnational Muscle Cars. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2003.

Janice L. Dick

Calm Before the Storm. Waterloo, ON: Herald Press, 2002.

Eye of the Storm. Waterloo, ON: Herald Press, 2003.

Out of the Storm.  Scottdale, PA:  Herald Press, 2004.

Diane Driedger

Darkness is a Marshmallow. Winnipeg:  Moonprint, 1994.

The Mennonite Madonna. Charlottetown, PE: Gynergy Books, 1999.

Red with Living: Poems and Art.  Toronto: Inanna Publications, 2016.

Dora Dueck

Under the Still Standing Sun. Kindred Press. 1989.

This Hidden Thing.  Winnipeg:  Canadian Mennonite University Press, 2010.

What You Get at Home.  Winnipeg:  Turnstone Press, 2013.

Mask (novella).  Malahat Review,Summer 2014.

All That Belongs. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2019.

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Dueck, Dora.  “Notes toward an Autobiography.”  Room 40.1 (2017).

__________.  “Ways of Looking at my Father-in-law, Refugee and Paraguay Pioneer.”  JMS 36 (2018): 189-96.

Schroeder, Jan. “‘Secrets Grow Small and No Longer Exist’: Dora Dueck’s This Hidden Thing.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 24-37. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

Nathan Dueck

King’s (mere).   Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2013.

He’ll.  St. John’s, NL: Pedlar Press, 2014.

A Very Special Episode. Hamilton, ON: Buckrider Books, 2019.

Mabel Dunham

The Trail of the Conestoga. Toronto: Macmillan, 1924. Rpt. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1942, 1947, 1970. Rpt. Cambridge, ON: Aden Eby, 1990. https://gutenberg.ca/ebooks/dunham-conestoga/dunham-conestoga-00-h.html

Toward Sodom. Toronto: Macmillan, 1927.

Kristli’s Trees. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1948.

Arnold Dyck

Lost in the Steppe.Tr. Henry D. Dyck.  Steinbach, MB: Derksen, 1974.

Two Letters, the Millionaire of Goatfield, Runde Koake.  Tr. Elisabeth Peters.  Steinbach, MB: Derksen, 1980.

Collected Works.  4 vols.  Edited by Victor G. Doerksen, et al.  Steinbach, MB: Derksen, 1985-90.

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Dyck, Arnold.  “Life as a Sum of Shattered Hopes:  Arnold Dyck’s Letters to Gerhard J. Friesen (Fritz Senn).”  Tr. and ed. Gerhard K. Friesen.  JMS 6 (1988): 124-33.

Zacharias, Robert. Chapter 3 of Rewriting the Break Event: Mennonites and Migration in Canadian Literature, 99-128. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2013.

E. F. (Ted) Dyck

Odpoems &. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 1978.

Pisscat Songs. Ilderton, ON: Brick Books, 1983.

Mossbank Canon. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1982.

Apostrophes to Myself. Lantzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 1987.

Cutthroats and Other Poems.  Winnipeg:  Turnstone Press, 2014.

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Amprimoz, Alexandre L. “Death and the Long Poem: E. F. Dyck’s The Mossbank Canon.” Canadian Poetry: Studies, Documents, Reviews 20 (1987): 80-89.

David H. Elias

Crossing the Line. Victoria, BC: Orca Book Publishers, 1992.

Places of Grace. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 1997.

Sunday Afternoon.  Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 2005.

Henry’s Game.  Regina, SK:  Hagios Press, 2012.

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Elias, David H.  “If I Am a Mennonite Writer.”  Rhubarb 30, 2012, 7-10.

__________.  “By Way of the Barn.”  JMW 10.2 (2018): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/10/2/way-barn/#all.

Froese, Edna. “David Elias: Beyond Ungrace.” Christian Living, October-November 1999, 25-27.

__________.  “Transgression into Grace: David Elias’s Sunday Afternoon.”  MQR 82.1 (2008): 147-59.

Victor Enns

Jimmy Bang Poems. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1979.

Correct in This Culture. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1985.

Lucky Man.  Regina, SK:  Hagios Press, 2005.

Boy.  Regina, SK: Hagios Press, 2012.

Afghanistan Confessions.  Regina, SK: Hagios Press, 2014.

Love & Surgery. Regina, SK: Radiant Press, 2019.

Karen Enns

That Other Beauty.  London, ON:  Brick Books, 2011.

Ordinary Hours. London, ON:  Brick Books, 2014.

Sarah Ens

The World is Mostly Sky. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2020.

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Ens, Sarah. “‘Important, beautiful stories can come from places like small-town southern Manitoba’: 5 Questions with Poet Sarah Ens.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 8 April 2020, https://www.mennotoba.com/5-questions-sarah-ens/?fbclid=IwAR33BhVZ6s5kKjDhZlnQIkm_aL0J4dkMG6trWEVoFnY-aupkC-7kaKf_s-Y.

Joanne Epp

Crossings. Winnipeg: St. Margaret’s Anglican Church, 2012.

Eigenheim. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2015.

Cattail Skyline. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2021.

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Epp, Joanne. “Cattail Skyline: 5 Questions with Joanne Epp.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 10 June 2021, https://www.mennotoba.com/cattail-skyline-5-questions-with-joanne-epp/.

Clarise Foster

Editor. Mennonite Poets. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Rpt. as Rhubarb 40.

Bernice Friesen

The Seasons Are Horses.  Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 1995.

Sex, Death, and Naked Men. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 1998.

The Book of Beasts. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 2007.

Patrick Friesen

the lands I am. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1976.

Bluebottle. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1978

The Shunning. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1980.

Unearthly Horses. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1984.

Flicker and Hawk. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1987.

You Don’t Get to Be a Saint. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1992.

Blasphemer’s Wheel: Selected and New Poems. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1994.

A Broken Bowl. London, ON: Brick Books, 1997.

mary at main. Winnipeg: The Muses’ Company, 1998.

Carrying the Shadow. Vancouver: Beach Holme, 1999.

A Sudden Sky: Selected Poems.  London, ON: Brick Books, 2001.

the breath you take from the lord. Madeira Park, BC: Harbour Publishing 2002.

Bordello Poems. Vancouver: Vancouver Film School, 2004.

InterimEssays and Mediations.  Regina, SK:  Hagios Press, 2006.

Earth’s Crude Gravities.  Madeira Park, BC:  Harbour Publishing, 2007.

With Marilyn Lerner, Peggy Lee and Niko Friesen. Calling the Dog Home: A Cycle of Poems with Music. Vancouver, 2005.  CD.

Shunning: The Play. Winnipeg: Scirocco Drama, 2010.

Jumping in the Asylum.  Toronto: Quattro, 2011.

A Dark Boat.  Greenwich, UK: Anvil, 2012.

Frayed Opus for Strings and Wind Instruments.  London, ON: Brick Books, 2015.

A Short History of Crazy Bone. Salt Spring Island, BC: Mother Tongue, 2015.

songen. Salt Spring Island, BC: Mother Tongue, 2018.

Outlasting the Weather: Selected and New Poems 1994-2020. Vancouver: Anvil Press, 2020.

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Barker, Peter. “The Poetry of Experience: An Interview with Patrick Friesen.” Prairie Fire 7.1 (1986): 5-14.

Botkin, Nancy Trites. “One Voice, Endless Song: Patrick Friesen.” Prairie Fire 13 (1992): 78-86.

Brask, Per K. “In the Spirit of Collaboration: An Interview with Patrick Friesen.” Prairie Fire 13 (1992): 87-101.

__________. “Interview with Patrick Friesen.”  Rhubarb 33, Fall 2013, 39-45.

Enright, Robert. “Parallel Language: A Conversation between Patrick Friesen and Robert Enright.” Prairie Fire 13 (1992): 11-29.

Friesen, Patrick. “I Could Have Been Born in Spain.” In Why I Am a Mennonite, edited by Harry Loewen, 98-105. Scottdale, PA.: Herald Press, 1988.

__________. “Lion in the City.” Rhubarb 35, Spring 2014, 7-9.

__________.  “Stop Meaning and Start Singing.”  CGR 31.2 (2013): 156-73.

__________,  and Marilyn Lerner. Small Rooms. Westcoast Performance: CBC Radio Vancouver, Studio 1. CD, 2002.

“Friesen, Patrick.” In Contemporary Authors 32, rev. ed., edited by James G. Lesniak, 156. Detroit: Gale, 1991.

Gundy, Jeff. “Voice and History in Patrick Friesen.” The New Quarterly 10 (1990): 138-49.

Hostetler, Sherri. “Interview: Poet Patrick Friesen: One Foot In, One Foot Out.” Mennonot 1, Fall 1993, 5-9, http://www.keybridgeltd.com/mennonot/Issue1.pdf.

Kennel, Maxwell. “Violence and the Romance of Community: Darkness and Enlightenment in Patrick Friesen’s The Shunning.” Literature & Theology 33.4 (2019): 394-413, doi:10.1093/litthe/frz032.

Kooistra, Lorraine Janzen. “Windows in Time: The Photographic Image in Patrick Friesen’s Poetry.” Prairie Fire 13 (1992): 115-23.

Kostash, Myrna. “Tracking Friesen: Notes toward an Autofiction.” Prairie Fire 13 (1992): 70-77.

Lenoski, Daniel. “The Sandbox Holds Civilization: Pat Friesen and the Mennonite Past.” In Essays on Canadian Writing, edited by Jack David, 131-42. Downsview, ON: York University Press, 1974.

McCaw, Kim. “The Shunning by Flashlight.” Prairie Fire 13 (1992): 34-47.

Mierau, Maurice. How Mind and Body Move: The Poetry of Patrick Friesen. Victoria, BC: Frog Hollow Press, 2018.

Pearson, Nancy. “The Edenic Myth in Patrick Friesen’s The Shunning.” Critical Mass 4.2 (1994): 21-34.

Perchaluk, Brian.  “My Mennonite Season.” Rhubarb 33, Fall 2013, 55-56.

Reimer, Douglas. Chapter 4 in Surplus at the Border: Mennonite Writing in Canada, 55-97. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2002.

Tefs, Wayne. “Thirteen Ways of Looking at Pat Friesen.” Contemporary Manitoba Writers: New Critical Studies, edited by Kenneth James Hughes, 54-63. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1990.

Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “Hooked, but Not Landed: A Conversation with Patrick Friesen, Part II.” Prairie Fire 2.2 (1990): 152-59.

__________. “Zen, Grace, and Flying: A Conversation with Patrick Friesen, Part 1.” The New Quarterly 10 (1990): 119-27.

__________, and  G. N. Louise Jonasson, eds. “Patrick Friesen.” Special issue. Prairie Fire 13 (1992).

Tracie, Carl J. Chapter 2 of Shaping a World Already Made: Landscape and Poetry of the Canadian Prairies, 19-76. Regina, SK: University of Regina Press, 2016.

Carla Funk

Blessing the Bones into Light. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 1999.

Head Full of Sun. Robert’s Creek, BC: Nightwood Editions, 2002.

The Sewing Room.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2006.

Apologetic. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2010.

Gloryland.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2016.

Every Little Scrap and Wonder: A Small-town Childhood. Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2019.

Mennonite Valley Girl: A Wayward Coming of Age. Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2021.

Wes Funk

Humble Beginnings. Saskatoon, SK: Wes Funk, 2006.

Dead Rock Stars: Illustrated Edition. 2008. Illustrated by Kevin Hastings. Regina, SK: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing, 2015.

Baggage. Regina, SK: Benchmark Press, 2010.

Cherry Blossoms.  Regina, SK: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing, 2012.

Wes Side Story: A Memoir.Regina, SK: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing, 2014.

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Cruz, Daniel Shank.  “The Queer Call of Wes Funk.”  JMS 36 (2018): 101-15.

__________. Part of Chapter 1 of Queering Mennonite Literature: Archives, Activism, and the Search for Community, 36-46. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019.

Friesen, Bernice. “From the Editor’s Desk.” Rhubarb 38, Winter 2015, 2.

__________. “In Memory.” Rhubarb 38, Winter 2015, 63.

Kuester, Martin, and Julia Michael. “From Plain People to Plains People: Mennonite Literature from the Canadian Prairies.” American Studies Journal 63 (2017): http://www.asjournal.org/63-2017/plain-people-plains-people-mennonite-literature-canadian-prairies/.

Chadwick Ginther

ThunderCherry Blossoms Road.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2012.

Tombstone Blues.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2013.

Luann Hiebert

What Lies Behind.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2014.

Paul Hiebert

Sarah Binks. 1947. Toronto: McClellan and Stewart, 1971.

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Brandt, Di. “Remembering Paul Hiebert.” Rhubarb 1.3, Summer 1999, 43-44.

Gerson, Carole. “Sarah Binks and Edna Jaques: Parody, Gender, and the Construction of Literary Value.” Canadian Literature 134 (1992): 62-76.

MacKendrick, Louis K. “Paul Hiebert.” In Canadian Writers 1920-1959: Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 68, 180. Detroit: Gale, 1989.

Noonan, Gerald. “Incongruity and Nostalgia in Sarah Binks.” Studies in Canadian Literature 3 (1978): 264-73.

Panofsky, Ruth.  “‘Literary Swan’ or ‘Village Goose’:  Paul Hiebert’s Sarah Binks.”  Publishing History 56 (2004):  71-88.

Porter, Elizabeth. “Sarah Binks: Another Look at Saskatchewan’s Sweet Songstress.” World Literature Written in English 21.1 (1982): 95-108.

Redekop, Magdalene. Part of Chapter 3 of Making Believe: Questions About Mennonites and Art, 130-53. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2020.

Saunders, Doris. “Manitoba in Literature: An Issue on Literary Environment.” Mosaic 3.3 (1970): 1-225.

Siemens, Reynold. “Sarah Binks in Retrospect: A Conversation with Paul Hiebert.” Journal of Canadian Fiction 19 (1977).

Anita Horrocks

Almost Eden.  Toronto: Tundra Books, 2006.

Darcie Friesen Hossack

Mennonites Don’t Dance.  Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 2010.

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Froese, Edna. “The Elusive Dancing Mother: Reflections on Hossack’s Mennonites Don’t Dance.” In Mothering Mennonite, edited by Rachel Epp Buller and Kerry Fast, 42-61. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press, 2013.

Hossack, Darcie Friesen.  “Writing Towards Home: A Prodigal Daughter Looks Back.”  CGR 31.2 (2013): 174-84.

Sally Ito

Floating Shore. Toronto: Mercury Press, 1998.

Frogs in the Rain Barrel. Madeira Park, BC: Nightwood Editions, 1995.

A Season of Mercy. Madeira Park, BC: Nightwood Editions, 1999.

Alert to Glory. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2011.

Translator. Are You an Echo?: The Lost Poetry of Misuzu Kaneko. Seattle: Chin Music Press, 2016.

The Emperor’s Orphans. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2018.

Liz Jansen

Crash Landing: The Long Road Home. Orangeville, ON: Trillium Wordworks, 2018.

Walfried Janssen

Not a Prairie River. Thompson, MB: Borealis, 1996.

In the Beginning.  Thompson, MB:  Borealis, 2004.

Trilby Kent

Once in a Town Called Moth.  Toronto:  Tundra, 2016.

Jack Klassen

The Chiropractor. Altona, MB: Friesen’s, 2003.

Sarah Klassen

Journey to Yalta. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1988.

Violence and Mercy. Windsor: Netherlandic, 1991.

Borderwatch. Windsor: Netherlandic, 1993.

Editor, Poets in the Classroom.  Markham, ON: Pembroke, 1995.

Dangerous Elements. Kingston, ON: Quarry Women’s Books, 1998.

Simone Weil:  Songs of Hunger and Love. Toronto: Wolsak and Wynn, 1999.

Days of Noah. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2000.

The Peony Season. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2000.

A Curious Beatitude.  Winnipeg:  Muses’ Company, 2006.

A Feast of Longing. Regina, SK:  Coteau Books, 2007.

Monstrance.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2012.

The Wittenbergs.  Winnipeg:  Turnstone Press, 2013.

The Tree of Life. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2020.

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Klassen, Sarah. “Five Questions with Poet Sarah Klassen.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 9 October 2020, https://www.mennotoba.com/5-questions-with-poet-sarah-klassen/.

MacDonald, Tanis. “Hunger, History, and the ‘Shape of Awkward Questions”: Reading Sarah Klassen’s Simone Weil as Mennonite Text.”  JMS 28 (2010): 87-102.

__________.  “Who Do You Think?: Reading Sarah Klassen through Alice Munro.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 38-49. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

Maust, Miriam. “An Interview with Sarah Klassen.” The New Quarterly 13.3 (1993): 34-45.

Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “Tribute to Sarah Klassen.” CGR 26.1 (2008): 93-95.

Anne Konrad

The Blue Jar. Winnipeg: Queenston House, 1985.

Family Games. Windsor, ON: Netherlandic, 1992.

And in Their Silent Beauty Speaks:  A Mennonite Family in Russia and Canada, 1790-1990. Toronto:  The Author, 2004.

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Konrad, Anne. “Why the Soviet Mennonite Story Remains Unfinished.” Christian Living, April-May 2000, 4-8.

Thomas, Clara.  “Western Women’s Writing of ‘The Childhood’ and Anne Konrad’s The Blue Jar.”  In Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Peter Hinchcliffe, 129-42. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

John Kooistra

Shoo-fly Dyck. North Bay, ON: Catchfire, 1998.

Lynette Loeppky

Cease: A Memoir of Love, Loss and Desire. Fernie, BC: Oolichan Books, 2014.

Grant Loewen

Brick, Looking Up. Montreal: DC Books, 1992.

Garth Martens

Prologue for the Age of Consequence.  Toronto:  House of Anansi, 2014.

Hedy Leonora Martens

Favoured Among Women: The Story of Greta Enns.  Winnipeg:  Canadian Mennonite University Press, 2010.

To and from Nowhere: A Biographical Novel.  Winnipeg: Canadian Mennonite University Press, 2015.

Robert Martens

little creatures. Victoria, BC: Ekstasis Editions, 2013.

Hush. Victoria, BC: Ekstasis Editions, 2016.

City of Beasts. Victoria, BC: Ekstasis Editions, 2020.

Maurice Mierau

Ending With Music. London, ON: Brick Books, 2002.

Fear Not.  Winnipeg:  Turnstone Press, 2008.

Detachment:  An Adoption Memoir.  Calgary: Freehand Books, 2014.

Autobiographical Fictions.  Windsor, ON:  Palimpsest Press, 2015.

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Mierau, Maurice. How Mind and Body Move: The Poetry of Patrick Friesen. Victoria, BC: Frog Hollow Press, 2018.

__________. “Introduction.” 9 Mennonite Stories. Special Issue, Rhubarb 41 (2017): 1-6.

__________. “Rebel Mennos Move into the Arts.” Midcontinental, Midwinter 1987-88, 19.

__________. “The Voice is Coming (Faintly) from the Grave, and it says Mennonites are Dead, and so is Mennonite Writing.” Rhubarb 30 (2012): 27-29.

__________. “Why Rudy Wiebe is Not the Last Mennonite Writer.” CGR 22.2 (2004): 69-82.

Schroeder, Janice.  “Detachment Theory:  History, Story, and Language in Maurice Mierau’s Detachment: An Adoption Memoir.  JMS 36 (2018): 57-73.

Alayna Munce

When I Was Young & In My Prime. Roberts Creek, BC. Nightwood Editions, 2005.

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Kasdorf, Julia Spicher. “There is Nothing That is Not Exotic and Things That Might Survive a Lifetime: Rereading Alayna Munce’s When I Was Young & In My Prime.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 177-93. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted in Rhubarb 42.

Munce, Alayna.  “Where It’s Easier for People to Be Good.”  In 118 Days: Christian Peacemaker Teams Held in Iraq, edited by Tricia Gates Brown, 83-89. [Canada]: CPT, 2008.

Zacharias, Robert.  “Learning Sauerkraut: Ethnic Food, Cultural Memory, and Traces of Mennonite Identity in Alayna Munce’s When I Was Young and in My Prime.”In Canadian Literature and Cultural Memory, edited by Cynthia Sugars and Eleanor Ty, 103-17.  Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Elsie K. Neufeld

Editor, Half in the Sun:  Anthology of Mennonite Writing. Vancouver: Ronsdale, 2006.

Editor, “Words from the West Coast.” Special issue. Rhubarb 11, 2005.

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Neufeld, Elsie K. “Madness in One Family’s Journey: From Ukraine to Germany to Canada.” JMS 29 (2013): 11-19, https://jms.uwinnipeg.ca/index.php/jms/article/view/1401/1391.

__________. “Memoried with the Feel.” In Finding Father: Stories from Mennonite Daughters, edited by Mary Ann Loewen, 137-60. Regina, SK: University of Regina Press, 2019.

__________. “My Eternal Belonging.” Rhubarb 29, Spring 2012, 8-9.

__________. “Ort und Vertreibung: My Mother of the 1920s.” JMS 36 (2018): 171-79.

__________. “Us is Them: Elsiewhere of Abbotsford.” Pacific Journal 10 (2015): 17-33.

Barbara Nickel

The Secret Wish of Nannerli Mozart. Toronto: Sumach, 1996. Rpt. as The Mozart Girl, Toronto: Second Story Press, 2019.

The Gladys Elegies. Regina, SK.: Coteau Books, 1997.

From the Top of a Grain Elevator. Vancouver: Beach Holme, 1999.

Hannah Waters and the Daughter of Johann Sebastian Bach.  Toronto:  Penguin, 2005.

Domain: Poems. Toronto: Anansi, 2007.

A Boy Asked the Wind.  Markham, ON: Red Deer, 2015.

Rosemary Deckert Nixon

Mostly Country. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1991.

The Cock’s Egg. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1994.

Christina Penner

The Widows of Hamilton House.  Winnipeg: Enfield & Wizenty, 2008.

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Cruz, Daniel Shank.  “Archiving Queer Space in Widows of Hamilton House. In Eleven Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 103-18. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted in Rhubarb 42.

__________. Part of Chapter 1 of Queering Mennonite Literature: Archives, Activism, and the Search for Community, 25-36. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019.

Robert G. Penner

Strange Labour. Regina, SK: Radiant Press, 2020.

Casey Plett

Lizzy & Annie. Illustrated by Annie Mok. N.p.: Casey Plett and Annie Mok, 2013-2014.

A Safe Girl to Love.  New York:  Topside Press, 2014.

And Cat Fitzpatrick, eds. Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy from Transgender Writers. New York: Topside Press, 2017.

Little Fish.  Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2018.

A Dream of a Woman: Stories. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2021.

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Cruz, Daniel Shank. “Mennonite Speculative Fiction as Political Theology.” Political Theology, 22 March 2021, https://doi.org/10.1080/1462317X.2021.1905332.

__________. “Queering Mennonite Literature.” In After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America, edited by Robert Zacharias, 143-58. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015.

__________. Part of Chapter 6 of Queering Mennonite Literature: Archives, Activism, and the Search for Community, 104-20. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019.

Cuglnl, Ell. “The Troubled Golden Age of Trans Literature. Xtra*, 15 September 2021, https://xtramagazine.com/culture/trans-literature-troubled-golden-age-208560.

Neilson, Shane. “Book Review: Zero Chronology: Notes on the Use of Time in Casey Plett’s Little Fish.” Hamilton Arts & Letters 13.2 (2020): https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal_magazine_thirteen-2/review-casey-pletts-little-fish-by-shane-neilson-1.html.

Plett, Casey. “Casey Plett on Philip Roth, Love and the Truth She Owes Her Characters.” By Deborah Dundas. Toronto Star, 17 September 2021, https://www.thestar.com/entertainment/books/2021/09/17/casey-plett-on-philip-roth-love-and-the-truth-she-owes-her-characters.html.

__________. “Casey Plett: What Does It Mean to Belong?” By Madeleine Thien and Avi Cummings. Literary Hub, 17 December 2020, https://lithub.com/casey-plett-what-does-it-mean-to-belong/.

__________. “5 Questions with Author Casey Plett.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 20 April 2018, https://www.mennotoba.com/5-questions-with-author-casey-plett/.

__________. “On Creating Community in Meanwhile, Elsewhere and Little Fish.” By Arielle Spence. Room 41, no. 3 (2018): http://roommagazine.com/interview/casey-plett-creating-community-meanwhile-elsewhere-and-little-fish.

__________. “Natural Links of Queer and Mennonite Literature.”  JMS (2016): 286-90.

__________. “When Bravery is Fiction: Despair, Hope, & Expectation in the Writing of Transsexuality.” Hamilton Arts & Letters 13.2 (2020):  https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal_magazine_thirteen-2/when-bravery-is-fiction-by-casey-plett-1.html.

Audrey Poetker(-Thiessen)

I Sing for My Dead in German. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1986.

Standing All the Night Through. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1992.

Making Strange to Yourself. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1999.

Talia Wiebe Pura

Cry After MidnightJMW 6.1 (2014): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/6/1/cry-after-midnight/#all.

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Pura, Talia Wiebe.  “One More Mennonite in Theatre: A Personal Reflection.”  Rhubarb 33, Fall 2013, 46-47.

Lloyd Ratzlaff

The Crow Who Tampered with Time. Saskatoon:  Thistledown Press, 2002.

Backwater Mystic Blues. Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 2006.

Bindy’s Moon.  Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 2016.

Corey Redekop

Shelf Monkey. Toronto: ECW Press, 2007.

Husk.  Toronto: ECW Press, 2012.

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Cruz, Daniel Shank. Chapter 5 of Queering Mennonite Literature: Archives, Activism, and the Search for Community, 89-103. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2019.

Redekop, Corey. “Authors in Quarantine–Corey Redekop.” By Derek Newman-Stille. Speculating Canada: Canadian Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy, 4 May 2020, https://speculatingcanada.ca/2020/05/04/authors-in-quarantine-corey-redekop/?fbclid=IwAR3duAk1SZRBjjIcv7OJGgK9Ihdvc977GrR_xvHAmeqKsFGYs19OncpO0HE.

__________. “Mennonites Do Not Write.” Rhubarb 30, Summer 2012, 48-49.

Al Reimer

Trans. and ed., Dietrich Neufeld. A Russian Dance of Death. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1977.

Trans. and ed., Hans Harder. No Strangers in Exile. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1979.

My Harp Is Turned to Mourning. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1985.

Mennonite Literary Voices: Past and Present. North Newton, KS: Bethel College, 1993.

When War Came to Kleindarp and More Kleindarp Stories. Winnipeg: Rosetta Projects, 2008.

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Friesen, Ralph.  “Al Reimer.”  Rhubarb 39, Summer 2016,  68.

Heinz-Penner, Raylene.  “Al Reimer, a Tribute.”  MQR 87.1 (2013): 98-100.

Loewen, Harry, and Al Reimer, eds. Visions and Realities: Essays, Poems and Fiction Dealing with Mennonite Issues. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1985.

Reimer, Al. “One Foot In, One Foot Out: Themes and Issues in Contemporary Mennonite Writing.” JMS 10 (1992): 151-64.

__________. “The Role of Arnold Dyck in Canadian Mennonite Writing.” In Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Peter Hinchcliffe, 29-38. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

__________. “The Russian Mennonite Experience in Fiction.” In Mennonite Images, Historical, Cultural, and Literary Essays Dealing with Mennonite Issues, edited by Harry Loewen, 221-35. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1980.

__________. “Who’s Afraid of Mennonite Art?” Mennonite Mirror 18 (January 1989).

Urry, James.  “Al Reimer (1927-2015).”  JMS 34 (2016): 351-53.

Zacharias, Robert. Chapter 2 of Rewriting the Break Event: Mennonites and Migration in Canadian Literature, 71-98. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2013.

Douglas Reimer

Older Than Ravens. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1989.

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Reimer, Douglas. Surplus at the Border: Mennonite Writing in Canada. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2002.

Nikki Reimer

spite my face. Calgary: Napalm Press, 2002.

fist things first. Windsor, ON: Wrinkle Press, 2009.

[sic]. Calgary: Frontenac House, 2010.

haute action material. Vancouver: Heavy Industries Press, 2011. Included in DOWNVERSE.

that stays news. Vancouver: Nomados Press, 2011. Included in DOWNVERSE.

DOWNVERSE.  Vancouver:  Talonbooks, 2014.

My Heart is a Rose Manhattan. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2019.

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Reimer, Nikki, and Natalee Caple. “CanLit Hierarchy vs. the Rhizome: A Discussion Between Natalee Caple and Nikki Reimer.” In Refuse: CanLit in Ruins, edited by Hannah McGregor, Julie Rak, and Erin Wunker, 122-30. Toronto: Book*hug, 2018.

Al Rempel

This Isn’t the Apocalypse We Hoped For. Halfmoon Bay, BC: Caitlin, 2013.

Byron Rempel

True Detective.  Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 1997.

Truth is Naked, All Others Pay Cash: An Autobiographical Exaggeration.  Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 2005.

Angeline Schellenberg

Tell Them It Was Mozart.  London, ON:  Breck Books, 2016.

Fields of Light and Stone. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2020.

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Schellenberg, Angeline. “Grandpa’s Day Timers, As We Left They Sang, Plans to Prosper.” JMW 10.4 (2018): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/10/4/grandpas-day-timers-we-left-they-sang-plans-prospe/#all.

Elma Martens Schemenauer

Consider the Sunflowers.  Ottawa: Borealis, 2014.

Andreas Schroeder

The Ozone Minotaur. Vancouver: Sono Nis, 1969.

The Late Man. Port Clements, BC: Sono Nis, 1971.

Editor.  Stories from Pacific and Arctic Canada.  Toronto:  Macmillan Canada, 1974.

Shaking It Rough: Prison Memoirs. Toronto: Doubleday, 1976.

Cheats, Charlatans, and Chicanery: More Outrageous Tales of Skulduggery. Toronto: MSC, 1977.

Toccata in “D”: A Micro-Novel. Lantzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 1985.

Dustship Glory. Toronto: Doubleday, 1986.

The MennonitesA Pictorial History of Their Lives in Canada. Toronto:  Douglas & McIntyre, 1990.

Trans. and ed. with Jack Thiessen.  The Eleventh Commandment: Mennonite Low German Short Stories. Saskatoon: Thistledown, 1990.

Scams, Scandals, and Skulduggery:  A Selection of the World’s Most Outrageous Frauds. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1996.

Fakes, Frauds and Flimflammery.  Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1999.

Thieves!  Toronto: Annick, 2005.

Renovating Heaven: A Novel in Triptych. Lantzville, BC:  Oolichan Press, 2008.

Duped!  Toronto: Annick, 2011.

Robbers!  Toronto: Annick Press, 2012.

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Hancock, Geoff. “An Interview with Andreas Schroeder.” Canadian Fiction Magazine 27 (1977): 47-69.

Schroeder, Andreas. “The ‘New’ Short Story.” Canadian Fiction Magazine 1 (1971): 5.

Karl Schroeder

With David Nickel. The Claus Effect. Edmonton:  Tesseract, 1997.

Ventus. New York: Tor, 2000.

Permanence. New York: Tor, 2002.

Scams!  Toronto: Annick Press, 2004.

The Engine of Recall. Calgary:  Red Deer, 2005.

Thieves!  Toronto: Annick, 2005.

Sun of Suns. New York: Tor, 2007.

Queen of Candesce. New York: Tor, 2007.

Lady of Mazes. New York: Tor, 2005.

The Sunless Countries. New York: Tor, 2009.

Ashes of Candesce. New York: Tor, 2012.

The Hero.  N.p.: Thalience Communications, 2012.

Dawn. N.p.: Thalience Communications, 2012.

Book, Theatre and Wheel. N.p.: Thalience Communications, 2012.

Jubilee. New York: Tor, 2014.

Lockstep. New York: Tor, 2014.

The Million. New York: Tor, 2018.

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Perlmutter, David and Donovan Giesbrecht. “Mennonite in the Solar System:  An Interview with Karl Schroeder.”  JMS 25 (2007):  275-78, https://jms.uwinnipeg.ca/index.php/jms/article/view/1262/1253.

Randy Nikkel Schroeder

[as A.M. Arruin] Crooked Timber: Seven Suburban Faerie Tales. Calgary: Green Magpie Press, 2004.

Arctic Smoke. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 2019.

Barbara Claassen Smucker

Henry’s Red Sea. Kitchener, ON: Herald Press, 1955. Reprinted by Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1984.

Cherokee Run. Chicago: Moody, 1966.

Wigwam in the City. New York: Dutton, 1968.

Underground to Canada. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1977.

Days of Terror. Toronto: Clark, Irwin, 1979.

Amish Adventure. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1983.

White Mist. Toronto: Irwin, 1985.

Jacob’s Little Giant. Toronto: Penguin, 1987.

The Incredible Jumbo. Toronto: Penguin, 1990.

Garth and the Mermaid. Toronto: Puffin, 1992.

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Meyer Reimer, Kathy.  “Passing on the Faith:  Mennonite Writing for Children,” JMW 2.3 (2010): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/2/3/passing-faith-mennonite-writing-children/#all.

Rich, Elaine Sommers. “Tribute to Barbara Claassen Smucker.” MQR 77.4 (2003): 688-90.

Carrie Snyder

Hairhat. Toronto: Penguin, 2004.

The Juliet Stories. Toronto: House of Anansi, 2012.

Girl Runner.  Toronto: Harper, 2015.

The Candy Conspiracy: A Tale of Sweet Victory.  Toronto: Owlkids Books, 2015.

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Diehl, Charlene.  “Dreamed Truths and Necessary Work: An Interview with Carrie Snyder.”  NewQuarterly 96 (2005): 85-92.

Hostetler, Ann.  “When the Stranger is the Self: Seeking Mennonite Traces in Carrie Snyder’s Fiction.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 138-57. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted in Rhubarb 42.

Snyder, Carrie. “The Father Character.” In Finding Father: Stories from Mennonite Daughters, edited by Mary Ann Loewen, 1-10. Regina, SK: University of Regina Press, 2019.

Kevin Spenst

Jabbering with Bing Bong.  Vancouver: Anvil, 2015.

Ignite.  Vancouver: Anvil, 2016.

Hildi Froese Tiessen

Editor, Liars and Rascals: Mennonite Short Stories. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1989.

And Peter Hinchliffe, editors.  Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

Editor, Rudy Wiebe: A Tribute. Kitchener, ON: Sand Hills Books/Goshen, IN: Pinchpenny Press, 2002.

Editor, 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Rpt. as Rhubarb 42.

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Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “After Identity: Liberating the Mennonite Literary Text.” In After Identity: Mennonite Writing in North America, edited by Robert Zacharias, 210-25. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2015.

__________. “The Artist Rooted in a Traditional Community: Mennonite Writers Escape the Binary Paradigm.”  In The Strategic Smorgasbord of Postmodernity: Literature and the Christian Critic, edited by Deborah C. Bowen, 225-37.  Newcastle-on-Tyne:  Cambridge Scholars, 2007.  225-37.

__________. “Author as Stranger: Mennonite Literature Looks Homeward.” In Internal and External Perspectives on Amish and Mennonite Life, edited by Werner Enninger, et. al., 39-53. Essen, Germany: Unipress, 1986.

__________. “Between Memory and Longing: Rudy Wiebe’s Sweeter Than All the World.” MQR 77.4 (2003): 619-36.

__________. “Beyond the Binary: Reinscribing Cultural Identity in the Literature of Mennonites.” MQR 72.4 (1998): 491-502.

__________.  “Beyond ‘What We by Habit or Custom Already Know,’ or ‘What Do We Mean When We Talk About Mennonite/s Writing’”?  MQR 90.1 (2016): 11-28.

__________.  “Critical Thought and Mennonite Literature:  Mennonite Studies Engages the Mennonite Literary Voice.” JMS 22 (2004): 237-46.

__________. “Encounters: An Introduction.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 1-6. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

__________. “Homelands, Identity Politics, and the Trace: What Remains for the Mennonite Reader?” MQR 87.1 (2013): 11-22.

__________. “‘I didn’t have words for it’: Reflections on Some of the Early Life-Writing of Di Brandt and Julia Kasdorf.”  JMS 36 (2018): 25-41.

__________. “Introduction.” In Liars and Rascals: Mennonite Short Stories, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, xi-xiii. Waterloo: University of Waterloo Press, 1989.

__________. “Introduction.” Prairie Fire 11.2 (1990): 8-11.

__________. “Introduction: Mennonite Writing and the Post-Colonial Condition.” In Acts of Concealment: Mennonite/s Writing in Canada, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Peter Hinchcliffe, 11-21. Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo Press, 1992.

__________. “Mennonite Literature and Postmodernism: Writing the ‘In-Between’ Space.” In Mennonites and Postmodernism, edited by Susan Biesecker-Mast and Gerald Biesecker-Mast. Telford, PA: Pandora Press U.S., 2000.

__________. “Mennonite/s Writing: State of the Art?” CGR 26.1 (2008): 41-49.

__________. “Mennonite/s Writing in Canada: An Introduction.” The New Quarterly 10 (1990): 9-14.

__________.  “Mennonite/s Writing:  Poetics and Theopoetics—An Introduction.” CGR 31.2 (2013): 110-12.

__________. “A Mighty Inner River: ‘Peace’ in the Early Fiction of Rudy Wiebe.” The Canadian Novel Here and Now, edited by John Moss, 169-81. Toronto: N.C. Press, 1978.

__________. “Mother Tongue as Shibboleth in the Literature of Canadian Mennonites.” Studies in Canadian Literature 13.2 (1988): 175-83, https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/SCL/article/view/8085/9142.

__________. “Our Lives Together, My Father and Me.” In Finding Father: Stories from Mennonite Daughters, edited by Mary Ann Loewen, 89-101. Regina, SK: University of Regina Press, 2019.

__________. “Points of Departure: Speaking Through.” CGR 14.2 (1996): 197-204.

__________. “Portrait of an Epidemiologist as a Young Man: Reflections on the Poetic, Peripatetic Life/Lives of David Waltner-Toews.” Hamilton Arts & Letters 13.2 (2020):  https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal_magazine_thirteen-2/david-waltner-toews-by-hildi-froese-tiessen-1.html.

__________. “Reading and Publishing in Mennonite Communities.”  In History of the Book in Canada, Volume 2, 1840-1918, edited by Yvan Lamonde, et al. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005.

__________.”The Role of Art and Literature in Mennonite Self-Understanding.” In Mennonite Identity: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Calvin Redekop and Sam Steiner, 235-52. New York: University Press of America, 1988.

__________. “‘There was nothing to be read about Mennonites’: Rudy Wiebe and the Impulse to Make Story.” CGR 22.1 (2004): 5-13.

__________.  “Thirty Years of Mennonite Literature: How a Modest Course Became Something Else.”  JMW 8.1 (2016): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/8/1/thirty-years-mennonite-literature-how-modest-cours/#all.

__________. “Tribute to Rudy Wiebe.” MQR 77.4 (2003): 690-92.

__________.  “What Remains of What Does Not Remain?   A Mennonite Reader Reflects on Mennonites Leaving Home.”  Rhubarb 30, 2012, 12-15.

Jack Thiessen

Faux Pas. Oakville, ON: Mosaic, 1989.

Trans. with Andreas Schroeder. The Eleventh Commandment. Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 1990.

Trans. Dee Erlawnisse von Alice em Wundalaund. N.p.: Evertype Publishing, 2012.

Vern Thiessen

Blowfish. Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 1996.

Apple. Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2002.

Einstein’s Gift. Toronto: Playwrights Co-op, 2003.

Shakespeare’s Will.  Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2005.

The Courier and Other Plays.  Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2007.

Vimy.  Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2009.

Vern Thiessen: Two Plays.  Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2009.

Lenin’s Embalmer.  Toronto: Playwrights Canada, 2011.

Bird Brain.  JMW 6.1 (2014): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/6/1/bird-brain-ii/.

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Kerr, Bill.  “Vern Thiessen:  Seeking Home.”  Rhubarb 33, Fall 2013, 19-22.

Miriam Toews

Summer of My Amazing Luck.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1996. Rev. ed. New York: Counterpoint, 2006.

A Boy of Good Breeding. Toronto: Stoddart, 1998.

Swing Low: A Life. Toronto: Stoddart, 2000.

A Complicated Kindness. Toronto: Knopf, 2004.

The Flying Troutmans.  Toronto: Knopf, 2009.

Irma Voth.  Toronto: Knopf, 2011. Inspired by Toews’s experience acting in Carlos Reygadas’s film Silent Light (2007).

All My Puny Sorrows.  Toronto:  Faber and Faber, 2014.

Women Talking.  Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf Canada, 2018.

Fight Night. Toronto: Knopf Canada, 2021.

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Assadi, Hannah Lillith. “Miriam Toews on What Forgiveness Means in the #MeToo Era.” Literary Hub, 2 May 2019, https://lithub.com/miriam-toews-on-what-forgiveness-means-in-the-metoo-era/.

Bixler, Phyllis.  “Not Just about Mennonites:  Literary Contexts for Reading Miriam Toews’ A Complicated Kindness.  ML 60.2 (2005): https://ml.bethelks.edu/issue/vol-60-no-2/article/not-just-about-mennonites-literary-contexts-for-re/.

Born, Brad S.  “The ‘Disciple of Life’ on Suicide Watch:  Reading Miriam Toews’ All My Puny Sorrows and Other Mennonite Women’s Writing about Familial Mental Illness.”  ML 69 (2015): https://ml.bethelks.edu/issue/vol-69/article/the-disciple-of-life-on-suicide-watch-reading-miri/.

Brandt, Di. “A Complicated Kind of Author” [interview]. Herizons 19.1 (Summer 2005): 20-45.

Cruz, Daniel Shank. “Mennonite Speculative Fiction as Political Theology.” Political Theology, 22 March 2021, https://doi.org/10.1080/1462317X.2021.1905332.

__________. “Narrative Ethics in Miriam Toew’s Summer of My Amazing Luck.”  JMW 4.6 (2013):  http://www.mennonitewriting.org/journal/5/1/narrative-ethics-miriam-toews-summer-my-amazing-lu/#all.

Graham, Sarah.  “Girlhood and Theme Parks in Contemporary Fiction.”  Journal of American Studies 47.3 (2013): 589-604.

Gundy, Jeff.  “A Complicated Kindness:  Learning, Lies, and Stories.” ML 60.2 (2005): https://ml.bethelks.edu/issue/vol-60-no-2/article/a-complicated-kindness-learning-lies-and-stories/.

Heath, Rita Dirks. “Oba, yo: Low German, Silence and Trauma in Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness.”  JMS 32 (2014):  211-28.

Janzen, Rebecca. “Mennonite and Mormon Women’s Life-Writing.” In Education with the Grain of the Universe: A Peaceable Vision for the Future of Mennonite Schools, Colleges, and Universities, edited by J. Denny Weaver, 223-39. Telford, PA: Cascadia Publishing House, 2017.

__________. “Still Life/Mexican Death: Mennonites in Visual Culture.”  Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 19 (2015): 75-90.

Kehler, Grace. “Becoming Divine Women: Miriam Toews’ Women Talking as Parable.” Literature & Theology, 13 October 2020, doi: 10.1093/litthe/fraa020.

__________. “Heeding the Wounded Storyteller: Toews’ A Complicated Kindness.”  JMS 34 (2016): 39-61.

__________. “Making Peace with Suicide: Reflections on Miriam Toews’ All My Puny Sorrows.” CGR 35.3 (2017): 338-47.

__________. “Miriam Toews’ Parable of Infinite Becoming.” Vision 20.1 (2019): 35-41.

__________.  “Transformative Encounters: A Communal Reading of Miriam Toews’s Swing Low.”  In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 158-76. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

Kennel, Maxwell. “Secular Mennonites & the Violence of Pacifism: Miriam Toews at McMaster.” Hamilton Arts & Letters 13.2 (2020): https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal_magazine_thirteen-2/miriam-toews-violence-of-pacifism-by-maxwell-kennel-1.html.

Krasny, Karen.  “Love and Evil as a Complicated Kindness: Moral Ambiguity and the Novel.”  Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 2.2 (2005): 86-89.

Kreider, Robert. “Comments on Miriam Toews, A Complicated Kindness.”  ML 60.2 (2005): https://ml.bethelks.edu/issue/vol-60-no-2/article/comments-on-miriam-toews-a-complicated-kindness/.

Kroeker, Travis.  “Scandalous Displacements: ‘Word’ and ‘Silent Light’ in Irma Voth.”  JMS 36 (2018): 89-100.

Medley, Mark.  “Complicated Kindness: Miriam Toews Grapples with the Sister Who Asked Her to Help End Her Life.”  National Post, 11 April 2014, https://nationalpost.com/afterword/complicated-kindness-miriam-toews-grapples-with-the-sister-who-asked-her-to-help-end-her-life.

Manickam, Sam.  “The Other Mexico through the Eyes of Carlos Reygadas.” JMW 5.1 (2013): https://mennonitewriting.org/journal/5/1/other-mexico-through-cinematic-eyes-carlos-reygada/#all.

Neufeld, James.  “A Complicated Contract: Young Rebels of Literature and Dance.”  Queen’s Quarterly 112.1 (2005): 99-106.

Niessen, Niels.  “Miraculous Realism:  Spinoza, Deleuze, and Carlos Reygada’s Stellet Licht.”  Discourse 33.1 (2011): 27-54.

Omhovere, Clair.  “Beyond Horizon:  Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness and the Prairie Novel Tradition.”  Commonwealth Essays and Studies 33.1 (2010): 67-79.

__________.  “Pop Culture and the Construction of Ethnicity in Richard Van Camp’s The Lesser Blessed and Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness.”  Recherches Anglaises et Nord-Americaines 46 (2013): 151-62, 187.

Park, Noon.  “Rebirth through Derision:  Satire and the Anabaptist Discourse of Martyrdom in Miriam Toews’ A Complicated Kindness.”  JMS 28 (2010): 55-68.

Porter, Catherine. “Miriam Toews’s Mennonite Conscience.” New York Times, 28 March 2019, https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/28/books/miriam-toews-women-talking.html.

Redekop, Magdalene. Part of Chapter 2 of Making Believe: Questions About Mennonites and Art, 110-17. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2020.

__________. “Stellet Licht and the ‘Narcissism of Small Differences.’” Rhubarb 16, Winter 2007, 44-47.

Reimer, Al.  “Look Homeward, Nomi:  Misreading a Novel as Social History.”  ML 60.2 (2005): https://ml.bethelks.edu/issue/vol-60-no-2/article/look-homeward-nomi-misreading-a-novel-as-social-hi/.

Sawatsky, Roland.  “Blumenhof Village and the Archaeology of Social Difference.”  JMS 34 (2016): 13-38.

Schwartz, Alexandra. “Benefit of the Doubt” (print) / “A Beloved Canadian Novelist Reckons with Her Mennonite Past” (online). New Yorker, 25 March 2019, https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/03/25/a-beloved-canadian-novelist-reckons-with-her-mennonite-past?fbclid=IwAR3vI9bjHfN6lHIzWP5LvbfNnBNqGQ_EK8YOLje6zeUlP_nvf5imshVpY4U.

Soper, Ella.  “’Hello, abattoir!’: Becoming through Slaughter in Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness.”  Studies in Canadian Literature 36.1 (2011): 86-99, https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/SCL/article/view/18630/20316.

Steffler, Margaret.  “The Presence of Absence:  Sister-Loss and Home-Loss in Miriam Toews’s All My Puny Sorrows. MQR 90.1 (2016):  51-72.

__________.  “Writing through the Words of Those Lost: Memoir and Mourning in Novels by Rudy Wiebe and Miriam Toews.”  JMS 36 (2018): 117-35.

Tan, Ian.  “Death, Time and the Possibilities of Renewal in Carlos Reygadas’ Silent Light and Carl T. Dreyer’s Ordet.” Off-Screen 20.4 (2016).

Teodoro, Jose.  “Silent Light: An Interview with Carlos Reygadas.” Cineaste Magazine, Spring 2009.

Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “’A Place You Can’t Go Home To’:  A Conversation with Miriam Toews.” Prairie Fire 21.3 (2000): 54-61.

Tiessen, Paul. “Constructing the Moviegoer in John Rempel’s Arena (1967-1970) and  Miriam Toews’ Irma Voth.”  MQR 87.1 (2013): 49-71.

__________. “Revisiting Home:  Reading Miriam Toews’s A Complicated Kindness and Sandra Birdsell’s Children of the Day through the Lens of Ontario-Mennonite Literature.”  MQR 82.1 (2008): 127-46.

Toews, Miriam.  “Peace Shall Destroy Many.”  Granta 137, 23 November 2016, https://granta.com/peace-shall-destroy-many/.

__________. “The Women Will Write Their Own Stories: A Conversation with Miriam Toews.” By Christine Fischer Guy. Los Angeles Review of Books, 2 April 2019, https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-women-will-write-their-own-stories-a-q-and-a-with-miriam-toews-on-women-talking/?fbclid=IwAR1OdbU7KMZX4tgHsxr9u0IFePWMFT92SBWzBB3V8LITJnLG2SdyUNELRak#!.

Wiebe, Natasha G. “‘It Gets Under the Skin and Settles in’: A Conversation with Miriam Toews.” CGR 26.1 (2008): 103-24.

__________.  “Miriam Toews’ A Complicated Kindness: Restorying the Russian Mennonite Diaspora.” JMS 28 (2010): 33-54.

__________.  “Restorying in Canadian Mennonite Writing:  Implications for Narrative Inquiry.”  Dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 2010.

Mohamud S. Togane

The Bottle and the Bushman: Poems of the Prodigal Son. Ste.-Anne de Bellevue, QC: Muses’ Company, 1986.

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Samatar, Sofia. “The Scope of This Project.” JMW 9.2 (2017): http://www.mennonitewriting.org/journal/9/2/scope-project/#all.

Andrew Unger

Once Removed. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2020.

The Best of the Bonnet. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2021.

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Unger, Andrew. “Andrew Unger’s Brandon, Manitoba Childhood.” Mennotoba, 25 August 2021, https://www.mennotoba.com/andrew-ungers-brandon-manitoba-childhood/.

__________. “5 Questions with Once Removed Author Andrew Unger.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 2 October 2020, https://www.mennotoba.com/5-questions-with-once-removed-author-andrew-unger/.

__________. “On Making Believe: 5 Questions with Magdalene Redekop.” By Andrew Unger. Mennotoba, 7 September 2020, https://www.mennotoba.com/on-making-believe-5-questions-with-magdalene-redekop/.

Melanie Dennis Unrau

Happiness Threads: The Unborn Poems.  Winnipeg:  J. Gordon Shillingford, 2013.

A.E. van Vogt

Slan. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1946.

The Book of Ptath. Reading, PA: Fantasy Press, 1947.

The Weapon Makers. Providence, RI: Hadley Publishing, 1947. Rpt. as One Against Eternity. 1964.

The World of Null-A. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1948.

The House That Stood Still. New York: Greenberg, 1950.

The Voyage of the Space Beagle. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1950. Rpt. as Mission: Interplanetary. 1952

The Weapon Shops of Isher. New York: Greenberg, 1951.

The Mixed Men. Gnome Press, 1952.

The Universe Maker. New York: Ace Books, 1953.

The Pawns of Null-A. New York: Ace Books, 1954. Rpt. as The Players of Null-A. 1966.

The Mind Cage. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1957.

Empire of the Atom. Chicago?: Shasta Publishers, 1957.

Siege of the Unseen. 1959. The Three Eyes of Evil. 1973.

The War Against the Rull. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959.

Earth’s Last Fortress. 1960.

The Mating Cry. 1960.

The Wizard of Linn. New York: Ace Books, 1962.

The Violent Man. 1962.

The Beast. 1963. Rpt. as Moonbeast. 1969.

Rogue Ship. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1965.

The Changeling. 1967.

The Silkie. New York: Ace Books, 1969.

Children of Tomorrow. New York: Ace Books, 1970.

Quest for the Future. New York: Ace Books, 1970.

The Battle of Forever. 1971.

The Darkness on Diamondia. 1972.

Future Glitter. 1973. Rpt. as Tyranopolis. 1977.

The Man with a Thousand Names. New York: DAW Books, 1974.

The Secret Galactics. 1974. Rpt. as Earth Factor X. 1976.

Supermind. New York: DAW Books, 1977.

The Anarchic Colossus. 1977.

Cosmic Encounter. 1979.

Renaissance. 1979.

Computerworld. 1983. Rpt. as Computer Eye. 1985.

Null-A Three. London: Sphere Books, 1984.

+ various omnibus collections of work

Katherena Vermette

North End Love Songs.  Winnipeg:  J. Gordon Shillingford, 2012.

The Break.  Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2016.

River Woman. Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2018.

The Strangers. Toronto: Random House Canada, 2021.

K. Louise Vincent

The Discipline of Undressing. Vancouver Island, BC: Leaf, 2007.

David Waltner-Toews

That Inescapable Animal. Goshen, IN: Pinchpenny Press, 1974.

The Earth Is One Body. Saskatoon: The Author, 1979.

Good Housekeeping. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1983.

In Three Mennonite Poets, edited by Phyllis Pellman Good, 81-112. Intercourse, PA: Good Books, 1986.

Endangered Species. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1988.

One Animal among Many: Gaia, Goats, and Gailic. Toronto: NC, 1991.

Food, Sex, and Salmonella: The Risks of Environmental Intimacy. Toronto: NC, 1992.

The Impossible Uprooting. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1995.

The Fat Lady Struck Dumb. London, ON: Brick Books, 2000.

One Foot in Heaven. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 2005.

The Complete Tante Tina: Mennonite Blues and Recipes. Waterloo, ON: Pandora Press, 2004.

Fear of Landing. Scottsdale, AZ: Poisoned Pen, 2007.

The Origin of Feces: What Excrement Tells Us about Evolution. Toronto: ECW Press, 2013.

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Beck, Ervin. “Postcolonial Literary Detection in Fear of Landing.” JMS 39 (2021): 193-207.

Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “Literary Refractions [and Four Poems from the Tante Tina – Little Haenschew Dialogues].” CGR 20.1 (2002): 102-11.

__________. “Portrait of an Epidemiologist as a Young Man: Reflections on the Poetic, Peripatetic Life/Lives of David Waltner-Toews.” Hamilton Arts & Letters 13.2 (2020):  https://samizdatpress.typepad.com/hal_magazine_thirteen-2/david-waltner-toews-by-hildi-froese-tiessen-1.html.

Waltner-Toews, David.  “From ‘A Brotherly Philippic’ to Tante Tina to the Mysteries of Disease, Death, and Transformation:  Mennonite Reflections on a Life of Poetry and Science.”  CGR 31.2 (2013): 185-207.

_________. “Letters from Indonesia.” CGR 15.1/2 (1997): 153-61.

Ephraim Weber

Ephraim Weber’s Letters Home: Letters from Ephraim Weber to Leslie Staebler of Waterloo County. Edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Paul Tiessen. Waterloo, ON: MLR Editions Canada, 1996.

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Tiessen, Hildi Froese. “The Conflicted Worlds Behind the Letters of L.M. Montgomery and Ephraim Weber.” In Storm and Dissonance: L.M. Montgomery and Conflict, edited by Jean Mitchell, 278-94. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008.

__________. “A Mennonite Novelist’s Journey (from) Home: Ephraim Weber’s Encounters with S.F. Coffman and Lucy Maud Montgomery.”  CGR 24.2 (2006): 84-108.

__________. “The Story of a Novel: How We Found Ephraim Weber’s Three Mennonite Maids.”  JMS 26 (2008): 161-80.

And Paul Tiessen.  After Green Gables: L.M. Montgomery’s Letters to Ephraim Weber, 1916-1941. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006.

__________. “Epistolary Performance: Writing Mr. Weber.” In The Intimate Life of L.M. Montgomery, edited by Irene Gammel, 222-38. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004.

__________. “Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Ephraim Weber (1870-1956): ‘a slight degree of literary recognition.’” JMS 11 (1993): 43-54.

John Weier

After the Revolution. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1986.

Ride the Blue Roan. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1988.

Steppe: A Novel. Saskatoon: Thistledown Press, 1995.

Twelve Poems for Emily Carr. Winnipeg: Punchpenny, 1996.

Friends Coming Back as Animals. London, ON: Moonstone, 1996.

Coils of the Yamuna. Fredericton NB: Broken Jaw, 1998.

Marshwalker: Naturalist Memories. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1998.

Stand the Sacred Tree. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2003.

Violinmaker’s Lament. Toronto: Wolsak and Wynn, 2003.

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Redekop, Magdalene. Part of Chapter 3 of Making Believe: Questions About Mennonites and Art, 153-61. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2020.

Armin Wiebe

The Salvation of Yasch Siemens. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1984.

Murder in Gutenthal: A Schneppa Kjnals Mystery. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1991.

The Second Coming of Yeeat Shpanst. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 1995.

Tatsea. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2003.

The Moonlight Sonata of Beethoven Blatz.  Winnipeg: Scirocco Drama, 2011.

Armin’s Shorts.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2015.

Grandmother, Laughing.  Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2017.

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McCaw, Kim.  “Directing through the Flowers:  Bringing Armin Wiebe’s Moonlight Sonata to the Stage.”  Rhubarb 33, Fall 2013,  48-54.

Perchaluk, Brian.  “My Mennonite Season.”  Rhubarb 33, Fall 2013, 55-57.

Reimer, A. James. “Chapter 10: Salvation Part One: Yasch Siemens or George Brunk.” In The Dogmatic Imagination. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 2003.

Reimer, Douglas. Chapter 3 of Surplus at the Border: Mennonite Writing in Canada, 41-54. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2002.

Reimer, Margaret Loewen. “Armin Wiebe Returns to Gutenthal.” Mennonite Reporter 13 January 1992: 12.

__________.  “Murder and Madness in a Mennonite Village,“ JMS 29 (2011): 75-90, https://jms.uwinnipeg.ca/index.php/jms/article/view/1405/1395.

__________. “Yasch Siemens: Salvation Bergthaler Style.” In 11 Encounters with Mennonite Fiction, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen, 7-23. Winnipeg: Mennonite Literary Society, 2017. Reprinted as Rhubarb 42.

Straus, Frank Michael. “The Salvation of Yasch Siemens: A Second Reading.” JMS 7 (1989): 703-14.

Wiebe, Armin. “There are more than fifty shades of Mennonites: 5 Questions with Armin Wiebe.” By Erin Koop Unger. Mennotoba, 27 October 2017, https://www.mennotoba.com/fifty-shades-mennonites-5-questions-armin-wiebe/.

_____. “A Writer Meets His Readers.” Rhubarb 14, Summer 2007, 42-46, 48.

Wiebe, Henry. “Myth, Ritual and Language in Armin Wiebe’s The Salvation of Yasch Siemens.” New Quarterly 10 (1990): 190-95.

Rudy Wiebe

Peace Shall Destroy Many. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1962.

First and Vital Candle. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1966.

The Blue Mountains of China. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970.

The Temptations of Big Bear. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1973.

Where Is the Voice Coming From? Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1974.

The Scorched-Wood People. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1977.

Far as the Eye Can See. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1977.

The Mad Trapper. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1980.

A Voice in the Land: Essays By and About Rudy Wiebe. Ed. W.J. Keith. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1981.

The Angel of the Tar Sands and Other Stories. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1982.

My Lovely Enemy. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1983.

War in West Voice: 1885 Rebellion.  Toronto: Random House, 1985.

Playing Dead: A Contemplation Concerning the Arctic. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1989.

Chinook Christmas. Red Deer, AB: Red Deer College, 1992.

A Discovery of Strangers. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994.

River of Stone: Fictions, Facts, and Memories. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf, 1995.

And Yvonne Johnson. Stolen Life: The Journey of a Cree Woman. Toronto: Knopf Canada, 1998.

Sweeter Than All the World. Toronto: Alfred A. Knopf, 2001.

With Geoffrey James. Place: Lethbridge, a City on the Prairie. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2002.

Hidden Buffalo. Calgary: Red Deer, 2004.

Of This Earth:  A Mennonite Boyhood in the Boreal Forest.  Toronto:  Knopf Canada, 2006.

Collected Stories, 1955-2010. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2010.

Extraordinary Canadians: Big Bear.  Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2011.

Come Back.  Toronto:  Random House, 2014.

Where the Truth Lies: Selected Essays.  Edmonton: NeWest Press, 2016.

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Antor, Heinz. “The Mennonite Experiences in the Novels of Rudy Wiebe.” In Refractions of Germany in Canadian Literature and Culture, edited by Heinz Anton, et al. Berlin: deGruyter, 2003.

Bailey, Nancy. “Imaginative and Historical Truth in Wiebe’s The Mad Trapper.” Journal of Canadian Studies 20.2 (1985): 70-79.

Beck, Ervin. “The Politics of Rudy Wiebe in The Blue Mountain of China.” MQR 73.4 (1999): 723-51.

__________. “Postcolonial Complexity in the Writings of Rudy Wiebe.” Modern Fiction Studies 47.4 (2001): 855-86.

__________. “Rudy Wiebe and W.B. Yeats: Sailing to Danzig and Byzantium.” ARIEL 32.4 (2001): 7-19.

Bergman, Brian. “Pacifist and Doomed.” Maclean’s, 22 October, 2001, 68-71.

Bilan, R. P. “Wiebe and Religious Struggle.” Canadian Literature 77 (1978): 50-63.

Blanc, Marie. “Tales of a Nation: Interpretive Legal Battles in Rudy Wiebe’s The Scorched-Wood People.” Canadian Literature 117 (2003): 34-54.

Bossanne, Brigitte. “A Canadian Voice within the Text: Rudy Wiebe’s The Temptations of Big Bear.Etudes Canadiennes/Canadian Studies 7.10 (1981): 223-34.

Bowen, Deborah. “Squaring the Circle: The Problem of Translation in The Temptations of Big Bear.” Canadian Literature 117 (1988): 62-70.

Bowering, George. “Wiebe and [Murray] Bail: Re Making the Story.” SPAN 36 (1993): 668-75.

Brandsma, Nicole.  “‘They will never let me die in their country’: Aborigine Hospitality and Surviving in the North in Rudy Wiebe’s A Discovery of Strangers and Joseph Boyden’s Three Day Road.” .In The Fictional North: Ten Discussions of Stereotypes and Icons above the 53rd Parallel, edited by Sue Matheson and John Butler, 121-29. Newcastle upon Tyne:  Cambridge Scholars, 2012.

Braz, Albert. “The Omipresent Voice: Authorial Intrusion in Rudy Wiebe’s ‘Games for Queen Victoria.’” Studies in Canadian Literature 26.2 (2001): 91-106.

Brydon, Diana. “Troppo Agitato: Writing and Reading Cultures.” Ariel 19.1 (1988): 13-32.

Brydon, Diana, and Helen Tiffin. Decolonising Fictions. Sydney: Dangaroo, 1993.

Cameron, David. “Rudy Wiebe: The Moving Stream is Perfectly at Rest.” In Conversations with Canadian Novelists, Part 2, 146-60. Toronto: Macmillan, 1973.

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