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Jan 13, 2011
Category: General
Posted by: Admin
Titanium and Kryptonite to showcase The Fiddlehead volume No. 245, Autumn 2010.
Sep 7, 2010
Category: General
Posted by: Admin
"Conn's poems, then, have something of the travelogue to them, but also wild shifts in perspective, dreamscapes where we feel our feet leaving the ground."
Sep 7, 2010
Category: General
Posted by: Admin
Conn's poem "Space is a Temporal Concept" was selected to be published in Best Canadian Poems in English Anthology, 2009, Tightrope Book.
Sep 7, 2010
Category: General
Posted by: Admin
"It is Jan's biography, I believe, that makes her work completely different from anyone else's, that gives layers to her words that we can unravel."

Anthologies (before 2000)

  • “Two Paintings of Lily Pads,” Compañeros, An Anthology of Writings about Latin America, ed. H. Hazelton, G. Geddes. Cormorant Books, pp. 122-123.

  • “Alien,” “Learning to be my Father’s Daughter,” “Turning Back to the Green,” “The Fifth Inhabitant of Mexico,” “The Side Effects of Marriage + Malaria,” “Immortality & Co,” The Signal Editions Anthology, ed. M. Harris, Véhicule Press, Montreal, 1993, pp. 69-76.

  • “Letter Home After Living Six Months in Caracas,” The Fourth Morningside Papers, P. Gzowski, McClelland & Stewart Inc. Toronto, 1991, pp. 89-90.

  • “Red Sequins or Stars,” Celebrating Canadian Women, ed. G. Hofmann Nemiroff, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1989, pp. 67-68.

  • “All Women Dream of Snakes,” “While I was Looking at the Background You Walked out of the Picture,” “Two Paintings of Lily Pads,” Poetry by Canadian Women, ed. R. Sullivan, Oxford University Press, 1989, pp. 255-257.

  • “A Tapestry,” The Dry Wells of India, ed. G. McWhirter, 1988, pp. 8-9.

  • “Double Vision,” And Other Travels, An Anthology of Poems, Moonstone Press, St. Catherine’s ON, 1988, pp. 38-39.

  • “Blue Forks of Lightning,” Women & Words The Anthology/Les femmes et les Mots Une Anthologie, ed. West Coast Editorial Collective, Harbour Publishing Co. Ltd. 1984, pp. 124-125.

  • “South,” “In a Black Wind,” “Fifteen,” “First Lines,” “While I was Looking at the Background You Walked out of the Picture,” “Footfalls in the Dusk,” “Orange Light in April,” “Choices,” “Cardinal,” “Red Shoes in the Rain,” “Instructions to a Daughter,” “When we Begin to Burn,” Anything is Possible, ed. M. di Michele, Mosaic Press, 1984, pp. 49-61.

  • “Woodbine,” The Decade Dreams On,” “The End of October,” The Toronto Collection, An Anthology of the New Toronto Poets, ed. L. Nutting, Manoeuvres Press, 1983, pp. 15-17.

  • “Juarez,” The Birthday Book The Literary Storefront, Vancouver, 1980, p. 3.