WORKS

POETRY

Red Blood, Black Ink, White Paper: New & Selected Poems. Toronto: Exile Editions, 2002.

The Works. London, ON: Calliope Press, 1978.

Doctor Umlaut’s Earthly Kingdom. London, ON: Calliope Press, 1974.

Ordinary Moving. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1969.

Within the Zodiac. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1964.

OTHER WORK

The Kingdom of the Cats. New York: Ace, 1985.

Son of the Morning and Other Stories. New York: Ace, 1983.

Emperor, Swords, Pentacles. New York: Ace, 1982.

A Judgement of Dragons. New York: Berkley Publishers, 1980.

O Master Caliban. New York: Harper and Row, 1976.

Why Should I Have All the Grief? Toronto: Macmillan, 1969.

Sunburst. New York: Fawcett, 1964.

Who Knows One? Toronto: Hawkshead Press, 1961.

CRITICISM

Briscoe, Susan. “Not Lost in Space: Phyllis Gotlieb.” Rev. of Red Blood, Black Ink, White Paper: New & Selected Poems, by Phyllis Gotlieb. Books in Canada 32.7 (2003): 34.

Greenstein, Michael. “Filling the Absence: Metalepsis and Liminality in Jewish-Canadian Poetry.” Ariel 23.2 (1992): 25.

Rapoport, Janis. “Canadian Jewish Women’s Poetry: Some Major Themes.” Downsview 16.4 (1996): 127.

AWARDS

1982: Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Award

BIOGRAPHY

Phyllis Gotlieb was born in 1926 inToronto. She grew up there, and attended the University of Toronto, where she earned her BA and MA. She is both a poet and a novelist, and is most widely known for her science fiction writing.

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