Publications

Books

  • Lozenges: Poems in the Shape of Things (1965, Alphabet Press, London, Ontario)
  • Ten Letters (1975, Brick/Nairn Press)
  • My granddaughters are combing out their long hair (1977, Coach House Press)
  • The Martha Landscapes (1984, Brick Books)
  • The Artemesia Book (1991, Brick Books)
  • The “Patricia” Album and Other Poems (1992, Moonstone Press)
  • Four Women (1999, Red Kite Press)
  • A Nau(gh)tical Afternoon (2010, Stone Cold Press)

Anthologies

  • Canadian Short Stories (1952, Robert Weaver and Helen James eds., Oxford University Press)
  • Canadian Poems 1850-1952 (1953, Louis Dudek and Irving Layton eds., Contact Press)
  • Twentieth Century Canadian Poetry (1953, Earle Birney ed., Ryerson Press)
  • Best Poems of 1962 (Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards, Volume 15, Pacific Books, 1963) (pseudonym M. Morris)
  • The Wind Has Wings: Poems from Canada (1968, Mary Alice Downie and Barbara Robertson, eds., Oxford University Press)
  • Forty Women Poets of Canada (1971, Dorothy Livesay ed., Ingluvin Publications)
  • Un Dozen: Thirteen Canadian Poets (1982, ed. Judith Fitzgerald, Black Moss Press)
  • The New Canadian Poets 1970-1985 (1985, ed. Dennis Lee, McClelland & Stewart)
  • A Poke in the Eye: A Collection of Concrete Poetry (2001, Candlewick Press)

Journals and Magazines

  • The Undergrad (1945, 1946)
  • Here and Now (1946, 1947)
  • Canadian Poetry (1947, 1949, 1951)
  • Northern Review (1947)
  • Contemporary Verse (1947, 1948, 1949, 1950)
  • Protocol (1947, 1948)
  • The Canadian Forum (1948, 1949, 1952, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1968, 1971)
  • Other Voices (1950, 1954, 1959)
  • Fiddlehead (1951, 1954, 1955, 1957) [pseud. M. Morris]
  • Tamarack Review (1974) [pseud. M. Morris]
  • Alphabet (1960)
  • Poetry (1969)
  • Air 3 (1971)
  • Air 13, 14, 15 (1973)
  • Applegarth’s Folly (1973, 1975)

Short Stories

  • “One Afternoon”, Undergrad (1946), pages 25-28
  • “Wild Turkeys”, Undergrad II (1946-47), pages 22-27
  • “Merry-go-round”, Undergrad (Dec. 1947), pages 29-31
  • “The Scab”, Northern Review III, i (Oct.-Nov. 1949), pages 38-43
  • “The City Underground”, Canadian Short Stories, Robert Weaver and Helen James eds., Oxford University Press, 1952, pages 128-35
  • “Summer Camp Incident”, Canadian Forum 30 (May 1950), pages 36, 38-39
  • “The Last Promenade”, Queen’s Quarterly LXIV (Winter 1957), pages 517-20
  • “How to Know the True Prince”, Alphabet 1 (Sept. 1960), pages 69-80; reprinted in Brick Issue 5, Winter 1979, pages 33-37
  • “All about the concours in the Rue des Lices & present tense for friends long absent”, Applegarth’s Folly 2: City Mothers (June 1975), pages 88-97

Articles about Colleen

  • Colleen Thibaudeau: A Biographical Sketch, from Brick Issue 5, Winter 1979, pages 6-13
  • “Layering and Levering: notes on the poetry of Colleen Thibaudeau,” Richard Stingle, Brick Issue 5, Winter 1979, pages 19-28
  • “‘Rain leaf and moss wetroof talk’: Aspects of Colleen Thibaudeau’s poetic voice.” Peggy Dragisic, Brick Issue 5, Winter 1979, pages 38-49. See also “Colleen Thibaudeau’s ‘big sea’ Vision” by Peggy Dragisic, MA Thesis, 1978, University of Western Ontario.
  • “Plural poems,” Terry Griggs, Review of My granddaughters are combing out their long hair, Brick Issue 5, Winter 1979, pages 63-64.