The Naiad and Five Other Poems. Toronto: Ryerson, 1931.

The Complete Poems of Marjorie Pickthall. Toronto: McClelland, 1925.

Little Songs. Toronto: McClelland, 1925.

Two Poems. Toronto: Ryerson, 1923.

Mary Tired. London: Stonebridge Press, 1922.

The Woodcarver’s Wife, and Later Poems. Toronto: McClelland, 1922.

The Lamp of Poor Souls, and Other Poems. New York: Lane, 1916.

The Drift of Pinions. Montreal: University Magazine, 1913.


The Selected Poems of Marjorie Pickthall. Ed. Lorne Pierce. Toronto: McClelland, 1957.


Angel’s Shoes, and Other Stories. London: Hodder, 1923.

The Bridge: A Story of the Great Lakes. London: Hodder, 1922.

Little Hearts. London: Methuen, 1915.

Billy’s Hero, or, The Valley of Gold. Toronto: Musson, 1908.

The Straight Road. Toronto: Musson, 1906.

Dick’s Desertion. Toronto: Musson, 1905.


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Logan, J.D. Marjorie Pickthall: Her Poetic Genius and Art. Toronto: Allen, 1922.

Pierce, Lorne. Marjorie Pickthall: A Book of Remembrance. Toronto: Ryerson,1925.

Pierce, Lorne. Marjorie Pickthall: A Memorial Address Given at Victoria University, April 7, 1943, in Commemoration of the Twenty-First Anniversary of the Poet’s Death. Toronto: Ryerson, 1943.

Pratt, E.J. “Marjorie Pickthall.” The Canadian Forum 13 (1933): 334-335.

Relke, Diana M.A. “Demeter’s Daughter: Marjorie Pickthall and the Quest for Poetic Identity." Canadian Literature 114 (1987): 28-43.

Relke, Diana M.A. “Mother Nature, Daughter Culture: Marjorie Pickthall’s Quest for Poetic Identity.” Greenwor(l)ds: Ecocritical Readings of Canadian Womens Poetry. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1999. 67-94.

Toye, D.E. “The Poetry of Marjorie Pickthall.” Acta Victoriana 47 (1923): 15-18.

Whitney, V.L. “Marjorie Pickthall.” Acta Victoriana 39 (1915): 332-341.

Williamson, Janice. “Framed by History: Marjorie Pickthall’s Devices and Desire.” A Mazing Space: Writing Canadian Women Writing. Eds. Shirley Neuman and Smaro Kamboureli. Edmonton: Longspoon / Newest, 1986. 167-178.


Beattie, Alexander Munro. Advent of Modernism in Canadian Poetry in English, 1912-1940. Ph.D. Columbia University, 1957.

Relke, Diana M.A. Canadian Women Poets and Poetic Identity: A Study of Marjorie Pickthall, Constance Lindsay Skinner, and the Early Work of Dorothy Livesay. Ph.D. 1988

Marjorie Pickthall was born in 1883 in England. Her family moved to Toronto when she was young. She returned to live in England from 1913-1920. She died in Vancouver in 1922.

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