WORKS

POETRY

Little Theatres. Toronto: Anansi, 2005.

O Cidadan: Poems. Toronto: Anansi, 2002.

A Frame of the Book: Poems. Toronto: Anansi, 1999.

Pillage Laud. Montreal: Moveable Type Books, 1999.

Search Procedures: Poems. Toronto: Anansi, 1996.

The Green Word: Selected Poems 1973-1992. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1994.

Search Procedures, or Lake This. Calgary: disOrientation, 1993.

Two Women Talking: Correspondence 1985 to 1987, Erin Mouré and Bronwen Wallace. Toronto: Feminist
Caucus of the League of Canadian Poets, 1993.

Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love. Montréal: Véhicule, 1992.

Visible Spectrum. Vancouver: Pomflit, 1992.

WSW (West South West). Montréal: VéhiculePress, 1989.

Excess. Montréal: Pocket Edition, 1988.

Furious. Toronto: House of Anansi, 1988.

Domestic Fuel. Toronto: House of Anansi, 1985.

Coming Forward. Vancouver: Lazara Publications, 1983.

Wanted Alive. Toronto: House of Anansi, 1983.

The Whisky Vigil. Madeira Park, BC: Harbour Publishing, 1981.

Empire, York St. Toronto: House of Anansi, 1979.

OTHER WORKS

Mouré, Erin, ed. The Griffin Poetry Prize Anthology: A Selection of the 2005 Shortlist. Toronto: Anansi, 2005.

Mouré, Erin, and Robert Majzels, translators. Museum of Bone and Water, by Nicole Brossard. Toronto: Anansi, 2003.

Mouré, Erin, translator. From m-Talá, by Chus Pato. Vancouver: Nomados, 2003.

Mouré, Erin, translator. Sheep's Vigil By a Fervent Person, by Alberto Caeiro. Toronto: Anansi, 2001.

Mouré, Erin, and Robert Majzels, translators. Installations, by Nicole Brossard. Winnipeg: Muses' Co., 2000.

CRITICISM

Barbour, Douglas. Rev. of Furious, by Erin Mouré. Journal of Canadian Poetry 5 (1990): 86-92.

Berg, Maggie. Rev. of Wanted Alive, by Erin Mouré. Rubicon 3 (1984): 195-97.

Bhatt, Sujata. Rev. of Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love, by Erin Mouré. Malahat Review 102 (1993): 105-122.

Billings, Robert. “Changes the Surface: A Conversation with Erin Mouré.” Waves 14.4 (1986): 36-44.

Blomgren, Lance. Rev. of Pillage Laud, by Erin Mouré. Matrix 56 (2000): 43.

Bolick, Merle Wallis. Rev. of Empire, York Street, by Erin Mouré. Quarry Magazine 29.5 (1980): 71-74.

Brandt, Di. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Books In Canada 19.1 (1990): 42-43.

Butling, Pauline, and Susan Rudy. Poets Talk: Conversations with Robert Kroetsch, Daphne Marlatt, Erin Moure, Dionne Brand, Marie Annharte Baker, Jeff Derksen and Fred Wah. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2005.

Carey, Barbara. “Hothead.” Rev. of Furious, by Erin Mouré. Books in Canada 17.3 (1988): 27-28.

Carrière, Marie.“Erin Mouré and the Spirit of Intersubjectivity.” Essays on Canadian Writing 70 (2000): 64-80.

Carrière, Marie. “An Ethics of Love: Brandt, Mouré, and Brossard.” Writing in the Feminine in French and English Canada: A Question of Ethics. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. 166-206.

Carrière, Marie. “Tracing the (M)Other: Erin Mouré.” Writing in the Feminine in French and English Canada: A Question of Ethics. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2002. 103-115.

Christakos, Margaret. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. West Coast Line 25.2 (1991): 123-126.

Cooke, Nathalie. “‘And Just Leave Them There, and Let Them...Resonate’: An Interview with Erin Moure.” ARC 31
(1993): 34-52.

Cooley, Dennis. Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. Journal of Canadian Poetry 2 (1987): 63-68.

Creet, Julia. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Canadian Book Review Annual 1989. Ed. Joyce M. Wilson. Toronto: Simon, 1990. 228-29.

Daurio, Beverley. “Its Own Amazing Order: Erin Mouré Would Like the Focus to be on Writing, the Act I Love.”
Books in Canada 22.8 (1993): 24-8.

Daurio, Beverley. Rev. of Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love, by Erin Mouré. Matrix 39 (1993): 70-72.

Daurio, Beverley. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Poetry Canada Review 11.3 (1990): 24-25.

Dempsey, Ian. Rev. of Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love, by Erin Mouré. Canadian Materials 21.1 (1993): 14.

Denisoff, Dennis. “Acknowledging the Red Spades: An Interview with Erin Mouré.” West Coast Line 27.2
(1993): 124-35.

Denisoff, Dennis. “Erin Mouré.” Canadian Writers and Their Works. Ed. Robert Lecker, Jack David, and Ellen
Quigley. Toronto: ECW, 1995. 227-92.

Denisoff, Dennis. “Merger, She Wrote: Politicubism in Gertrude Stein and Erin Mouré.” Open Letter 9.2 (1995):
114-22.

di Michele, Mary. “Notes towards Reconstructing Orpheus: The Language of Desire.” Essays on Canadian Writing 43 (1991): 14-22.

Dickson, Lisa. “‘Signals Across Boundaries’: Non-Congruence and Erin Mouré’s Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love.” Canadian Literature 155 (1997): 16-37.

Diehl-Jones, Charlene. Rev. of Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love. Erin Mouré. Books In Canada 21.9 (1992): 44-45.

Dominguez, Virginia R. “Of Other Peoples: Beyond the ‘Salvage Paradigm.’” Discussions in Contemporary Culture: Number One. Ed. Hal Foster. Seattle: Bay Press, 1987. 131-37.

Donovan, Rita. Rev. of Wanted Alive, by Erin Mouré. CV/II 8.1 (1984): 30-31.

Dopp, Jamie. “‘A Field of Potentialities’: Reading Erin Mouré.” Essays on Canadian Writing 67 (1999): 261-287.

Dorscht, Susan Rudy. “Lire Erin Mouré à l’excès.” Ellipse 53 (1995): 55-71.

Dorsey, Candas J., et. al. “Panel Discussion: Sexing the Prairie.” Open Letter 10.3 (1998): 97-118.

Eberle, Wendy. Rev. of Search Procedures, by Erin Mouré. Journal of Canadian Poetry 13 (1998): 56-62.

Finn, Patrick. “When Editing Goes Write: The Correspondence of Erin Moure and Bronwen Wallace.” Textual
Studies in Canada
13/14 (2001): 101-112.

Fitzgerald, Heather. ‘Finesse into Mess’: Entropy as Metaphor in the Queer Poetics of Erin Mouré. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1997.

Fitzgerald, Heather. Rev. of Sheep’s Vigil: By a Fervent Person, by Erin Mouré. Quill & Quire 67.5 (2001): 31.

Fitzgerald, Judith. “Women in the Moon.” Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. Books in Canada (Oct. 1985): 30.

Glickman, Susan. “Speaking in tongues: the poetry of Erin Moure.” Essays on Canadian Writing 43 (1991):
133-143.

Gunnars, Kristjana, et.al. “Poetics statements [Authors asked for their ‘statement of poetics’ regarding
writing, politics of location in Alberta, sense of audience, writing community, etc].” Open Letter 10.3
(1998): 119-132.

Harding-Russell, Gillian. Rev. of Furious, by Erin Mouré. Event 17.3 (1988): 109-114.

Harris, Maureen. Rev of Sheep's Vigil: By a Fervent Person, by Erin Mouré. ARC 47 (2001): 92-93.

Harvie, Jennifer. Rev. of Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love, by Erin Mouré. British Journal of Canadian Studies
11.2 (1996): 369-370.

Hatch, Ronald. Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. University of Toronto Quarterly 56 (1986): 36-37.

Helwig, David. Rev of Sheep's Vigil: By a Fervent Person, by Erin Mouré. Montreal Gazette 20 Oct. 2001: J3.

Hunter, Catherine. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Prairie Fire 12.3 (1991): 88-92.

Jacques, Melissa. “The Indignity of Speaking: the Poetics of Representation in Erin Moure’s ‘Seebe’.” Canadian
Poetry
47 (2000): 70-83.

Jarraway, David. Rev. of A Frame of the Book, by Erin Mouré. ARC 43 (1999): 78-83.

Jarraway, David. Rev. of Pillage Laud, by Erin Mouré. ARC 46 (2001): 72-77.

Kadar, Marlene. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Journal of Canadian Poetry 6 (1991): 95-97.

Labrie, Ross. Rev. of Furious, by. Erin Mouré. Canadian Literature 122-123 (1989): 143-148.

Mandel, Charles. “Rhythm of the Rail: Considering the Distance between Clickety and Clack.” Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. Alberta Report 22 (1985): 26.

Manicom, David. Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. Rubicon 6 (1985-86): 183-86.

McCance, Dawne. “Crossings: An Interview with Erin Moure.” Mosaic 36.4 (2003): 1-16.

McKinney, Louise. Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. Quill and Quire (1985): 62.

McMaster, Susan. “Erin Moure and Bronwen Wallace: From Two Women Talking: Correspondence 1985 to
1987
.” Quarry 42.2 (1993): 33-50.

Mouré, Erin and Bronwen Wallace. Women Talking: Letters Between Erin Moure & Bronwen Wallace, 1985-
1987.
Feminist Caucus of the League of Canadian Poets, 1993.

Nicol, Eric. “A Vulgarian View.” Rev. of Empire, York Street, by Erin Mouré. Canadian Literature 87 (1980): 108-10.

O’Brien, Peter. “An Interview with Erin Moure.” Rubicon 3 (1984): 25-44.

O’ Brien, Peter. “An Interview with Erin Moure.” So To Speak: Interviews with Canadian Writers. Ed. Peter O' Brien. Montreal: Vehicule, 1986. 230-249.

Press, Karen. “Amen, She Said: The Language of Religion/ the Religion of Language in Erin Mouré and Lola Lemire
Tostevin.”
West Coast Line 32.1 (1998): 123-46.

Raglan, Rebecca. Rev. of Furious, by Erin Mouré. Quarry 38.1 (1989): 96-99.

Regan, Stephen. “Poet Erin Mouré Tracks Her Progress from Brown Paper Bags to the Wide Open Priarie.” Interview. Books in Canada. (1981): 30-31.

Rev. of Domestic Fuel, by Erin Mouré. University of Toronto Quarterly 56.1 (1986): 36-37.

Rev. of Two Women Talking: Correspondance 1985-1987, Erin Moure & Bronwen Wallace, ed. Susan
McMaster. ARC 31 (1993): 61-65.

Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Malahat Review 95 (1991): 126-127.

Scheier, Libby. Rev. of Search Procedures, by Erin Mouré. Books In Canada 26.5 (1997): 12-14.

Scobie, Steven. “The Footnoted Text.” Signature, Event, Cantext. NeWest, 1989. 71-81.

Scobie, Stephen. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Malahat Review 95 (1991): 126-27.

Skarstedt, Sonja. “Poetry and Feminism: The Requisite Duo.” Poetry Canada 10.4 (1989/90): 10-11.

Smith, Patricia Keeney. “Sanest Insanity.” Rev. of The Whisky Vigil, by Erin Mouré. Canadian Literature 97 (1983): 138-40.

Starnino, Carmine. Interview with Erin Mouré. Matrix 47 (1996): 6-13.

Tegenkamp, Diana, Christina Thompson. Rev. of A Frame of the Book, by Erin Mouré. Montreal Review of Books 3.1 (1999/2000): 20.

Thompson, Christina and Diana Tegenkamp. Rev. of A Frame of the Book, by Erin Mouré. Montreal Review of
Books
3.1 (1999/ 2000): 20.

Tregebov, Rhea. “Corrections and Re/visions: (Erin) Mouré's Sheepish Beauty, Civilian Love.” ARC l.31 (1993):
53-60.

Turner, Jacqueline. “Queer: Act: Queer.” absinthe 1996.

Vaughan, Richard M. Rev. of Search Procedures, by Erin Mouré. Fiddlehead 193 (1997): 130-134.

Vermeersch, Paul. Rev. of A Frame of the Book, by Erin Mouré. Quill & Quire 65.8 (1999): 36.

Williamson, Janice. “Can't We Talk About the Alberta Flag?” Interview. Prairie Fire 13.4 (1992/93): 74-82.

Williamson, Janice. “My Existence Whenever I Start to Think.” Sounding Differences: Conversations with Seventeen Canadian Women Writers. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. 206-220.

Williamson, Janice. “Sexing the Prairie: An Interview with Erin Mouré.” West Coast Line 30.2 (1996): 114-23.

Whiteman, Bruce. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Canadian Literature 131 (1991): 224-226.

York, Lorraine. Rev. of Furious, by Erin Mouré. Rubicon 10 (1988): 317-18.

York, Lorraine. Rev. of WSW (West South West), by Erin Mouré. Essays on Canadian Writing 44 (1991): 133-141.

Zieroth, Dale. Rev. of The Whisky Vigil, by Erin Mouré. Event 11.2 (1982): 131-34.

DISSERTATIONS

Sojka, Eugenia. “Search Procedures: Carnivalization in Language- and Theory-Focused Texts of Four Canadian Women Writers.” Dissertation. 1998.

AWARDS

1979: Governor General’s Award, Empire, York St.

1982: National Magazine Award for Poetry

1985: Pat Lowther Prize, Domestic Fuel

1988: Governor General’s Award, Furious

1989: QSPELL award, WSW (West South West)

BIOGRAPHY
Erin Mouré was born in 1955 in Calgary, Alberta. She studied at the University of Calgary and at the University of British Columbia, and now lives in Montréal. Mouré's first collection of poetry, Empire (1979), was nominated for the Governor General's Award. Her third volume, Domestic Fuel (1985), was awarded the Pat Lowther Prize. Her 1988 collection of poetry, Furious, won the Governor General's Award that year. Mouré frequently teaches Creative Writing at Concordia University in Montreal.

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