- Robert. Norris, Ken // Written in the Skin;1998, p125
The article presents the poem "Robert," by Ken Norris. First Line: It's not fair that you died; Last Line: to see this February Paris with your eyes.
- The Day. Norris, Ken // Canadian Literature;Spring2003, Issue 176, p83
Presents the poem "The Day," by Ken Norris.
- Too Much Joy. Norris, Ken // Canadian Literature;Spring2003, Issue 176, p82
Presents the poem "Too Much Joy," by Ken Norris.
- Spirit of Bluebird lives on. Sampson, Ben // Professional Engineering;1/25/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p31
The article focuses on the Quicksilver project, which is considered another British challenge to reclaim the water speed record at Coniston Water in the Lake District, England. Engineer Ken Norris led the design team that developed the Quicksilver hydroplane until his death in October 2005. It...
- Abraham Lincoln. McLennan, Rob // Books in Canada;Mar1999, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p102
Reviews the book 'Limbo Road,' by Ken Norris and edited by Karl Siegler.
- The insecurities of Ken Norris. Precosky, Don // Essays on Canadian Writing;Spring96, Issue 58, p198
Discusses the books `Full Sun: Selected Poems,' by Ken Norris and edited by Bruce Whiteman and `A New World: Essays on Poetry and Poetics,' by Ken Norris. Use of different personae in the poems; Essential Romanticism of his poetics.
- Career of the Month. Sullivan, Megan // Science Teacher;Apr2011, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p64
The article focuses on underwater photographer Flip Nicklin. It presents information on Nicklin who has been a photojournalist for "National Geographic" magazine for 30 years. It highlights Nicklin's interest in animals and diving. It cites the people who had influences Nicklin's cetacean...
- Fast and wet:. // Professional Engineering;2004 Supplement, Vol. 17, p12
The article reports that mechanical fellow Ken Norris has been behind the design of Quicksilver, Great Britain's next attempt on the World Water Speed Record, He enjoys the distinction of having designed the world's fastest boat and the world's fastest car. He and his brother were responsible...
- Postcards from Home. Young, Louise // Canadian Literature;Spring2013, Issue 216, p166
The article reviews several books including "Swiming Ginger" by Gary Geddes, "The Terracotta Army" by Gary Geddes, and "Asian Skies" by Ken Norris.