- Chapter 7: Di Brandt & Dennis Cooley. // Selected Essays in English Literatures: British & Canadian;2002, p131
The chapter presents an interview with authors Di Brandt and Dennis Cooley held on May 12, 1989 after the University of Trier/University of Manitoba partnership conference. Brandt explained the concept of getting saved which was indicated in her essay which appeared in Why I Am a Mennonite. ...
- Writing In The Dark. Stark, Leslie // Canadian Literature;Fall2005, Issue 186, p187
Reviews three books. "The Monster Trilogy," by RM Vaughan; "Seeing Red," by Dennis Cooley; "Now You Care," by Di Brandt.
- Selections from Irene. Cooley, Dennis // Border Crossings;Feb2000, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p59
The article presents several untitled poems included in the collection entitled "Irene," by Dennis Cooley. First Line: mother tongue; Last Line: a word. First Line: until you forget, dying; Last Line: under. First Line: you should be here; Last Line: all this rain mother so much rain.
- In many ways...an interview with Dennis Cooley. Bonar, Michael // Essays on Canadian Writing;Summer90, Issue 41, p1
Presents an interview with Canadian author Dennis Cooley. Views about the heroism of the historical Krafchenko; Response to criticisms about academically good literature; Inclusion of Cooley's friends in his writings; Conflicts in Cooley's works.
- Kanadische Literaturgeschichte. Kröller, Eva-Marie // Canadian Literature;Fall2006, Issue 190, p188
This article discusses the book "Kanadische Literaturgeschichte," edited by Konrad Gross, Wolfgang Klooss and Reingard M. Nischik.
- Voices From Distant Lands. Amanuddin, Syed // World Literature Today;Fall84, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p672
Reviews the book "Voices From Distant Lands," edited by Konrad Gross and Wolfgang Klooss.
- Nine River Ghazals. Brandt, Di // Canadian Journal of Environmental Education;2008 Special Issue, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p92
The article presents the poem "Nine River Ghazals," by Di Brandt. First Line: October. The poet is dead, The leaves of Manitoba, Last Line: We should have ta'en better care of this.
- Nine River Ghazals. Brandt, Di // Arc Poetry Magazine;Winter2006, Issue 57, p30
Presents the poem "Nine River Ghazals," by Di Brandt. First Line: October. The poet is dead. The leaves of Manitoba, Last Line: We should have ta'en better care of this.
- good pitching is almost always. Cooley, Dennis // Canadian Literature;Autumn2009, Issue 202, p28
Presents the poem "good pitching is almost always," by Dennis Cooley. First Line: a matter of shatte; Last Line: on.