Index of Female Contributors to The Canadian Poetry Magazine, 1936-1950

The following index was compiled by Kim Mulder, Research Assistant on the Canada’s Early Women Writers project at Simon Fraser University. The index includes all contributors known to be female, as well as those for whom gender has not yet been identified; these authors are indicated by an asterisk (*). Please post a comment if you have any further information regarding any of these authors.

Bibliographic reference: Mulder, Kim. “Index of Female Contributors to The Canadian Poetry Magazine, 1936-1950.” Canada’s Early Women Writers webpage. 27 July 2011. <https://ceww.wordpress.com/index-of-female-contributors-to-the-canadian-poetry-magazine-1936-1950/ >

Adams, Myrtle Reynold

  • “The Heart’s Own Season” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 8
  • “Autumnal Query” 11.1 (Sep 1947)

Adams, Rita

  • “Becalmed” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 35

Allan, Mary

  • “Dark Road” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Allen, Martha

  • “The Poppy” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 33

Anderson, Violet

  • “Downward Spiral” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “Let Wind Cleave the House Walls” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Angus, Annie Margaret [Anderson]

  • “Gerard Manley Hopkins” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 9
  • “The Sick Child” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 26
  • “Autumnal Heart” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 26
  • “Relentless Night” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 47
  • “Where Are You?” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 47
  • “Night of the Year” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 16

Angus, Marion Isabel Hand

  • “Dido” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 40
  • “Isolde” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 60
  • “Silence: A Cinquain Sequence” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 61
  • “Semiahmoo Bay Interlude” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 25
  • “Insomnia” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 51

Aquarius*

  • “To A Generation Unemployed” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 23

Arnold, Virginia

  • “Mimosa Dusk” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 40

Auty, Lillian S.

  • “Mirrored Suffering” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 38

Avison, M[argaret]

  • “Gatineau” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 19

Aylen, Elise [Mrs. Duncan Campbell Scott]

  • “The Black Slug” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 21

Bagg, Catherine

  • “The Small Consolation” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Bailey, A. G.*

  • “Potato Corners” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Bainbridge, Edith

  • “Lament For A Young Airman” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 25

Ball, Helen

  • “Refugee Poet” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 23
  • “Worship” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 17
  • “Flashback” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 34
  • “On the Ramparts” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 27
  • “The Secret” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 16

Bamborough, Evelyn

  • “When Skies are Clear” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 10

Barbour, Constance

  • “To An Artist” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “For Spring” 13.1 (Fall 1949)

Barbour, Sheila

  • “Symbols” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 43
  • “God At Dawn” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 27

Barns, E. Clare

  • “In Port” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 28

Bartlett, Gertrude

  • “The Abbess Heloise” 1.01 (Jan 1936): 38

Bartlett, Selma G.

  • “Hotel Luncheon” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 29

Bartram, Phyllis C.

  • “Search for Beauty” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 36

Baskine, Gertrude

  • “Blackout over Damascus” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 7

Batchen, Frances E.

  • “Rain” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Beattie, Jessie Louise

  • “Motherhood” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 52

Bedell, Laura

  • “On Growing Old” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 35
  • “Vale” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 36

Benn, Doris

  • “The Professor of Philosophy” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Benson, Irene Chapman

  • “In Memoriam” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 09
  • “Call Us Not Back” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 10
  • “The Passing of Caesar” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 55
  • “The Tides of Spring” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 35
  • “Calvary” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 36
  • “Requiem” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 32
  • “The Passing of Summer” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 54
  • “Lest She Should Wake” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 36
  • “They are Not Lost” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 18

Bernhardt, Clara

  • “Winter” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 41
  • “Awakening” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 51
  • “True to Her Vision” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 15
  • “Surety” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 30
  • “The Jew” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 24
  • “Lest You Should Lightly Prize Me” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 36
  • “Convalescent” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 30
  • “Possession” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 30
  • “The Poet’s Function” (Editorial) 4.3 (Dec 1939): 5
  • “A Sonnet Sequence: Resignation” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 36
  • “I Shall Feed My Soul” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 30
  • “The Seven Last Words” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 12
  • “Watch the Sun Rise” (Review of Dorothy Dumbrille) 7.3 (Mar 1944): 36
  • “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 22
  • “Foot-note for the Future” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 36
  • “Interlude” 10.3 (Mar 1947): 10
  • “At Parting” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 22
  • “Hands Like White Moths” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Lost Horizon” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Berquist, Marion

  • “Grey Things” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 20

Best, Dorothy

  • “Could I have Known” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 24

Bethune, Anne

  • “The Solemn Land” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “I Fear The Spring” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 8

Bickford, Jessie Playfair

  • “House Deserted” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 56
  • “Through a Tangle” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 49
  • “Film of Thought” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 28

Birdsall, L. B.*

  • “Three Ages” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 28

Black, Florence Deacon

  • “Wind” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 10
  • “Retired” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 11

“Blue Nose”*

  • “Drouth-Scarred” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 32

Boak, Ethel Frances Lawson

  • “Tree Tops” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 34

Bohlayer, Fanny

  • “Night Fantasy” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Boulton, Naomi D.

  • “Disillusion” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 28

Bowen, Minnie Hallowell

  • “The Ambush” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 26

Bowman, Louise Morey

  • Two poems – “I” and “II” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 21

Boyd, Edna Alice

  • “Earth-Bound” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 35

Boyd, Ethel Errol

  • “The Light Faded” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 17

Brewster, Elizabeth

  • “City Street” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Brietzcke, Helen Shackleton

  • “Moon Magic” 4.4 (May 1940): 31

Brown, Alice Cameron

  • “Burning Straw-Stacks” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 21
  • “Ever Faster, Still Faster” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 40
  • “Road Sign” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Brown, Audrey Alexandra

  • “Death to Penelophon” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 14
  • ”Reveille” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 15
  • “Lammastide” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 08
  • “The Sailor” 11.2 (Dec 1947): 15

Brown, Kathleen

  • “The Sea” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 43

Buckley, Joan

  • “No Memories” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 36
  • “Angelus” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 33
  • “Status Quo Preferred” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 32
  • “Foundation Firm” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Buglas, R. Y.*

  • “Three War Sonnets” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 37

Bunner, Freda Newton

  • “Cesar Franck Symphony” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Maternity” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Cameron, Dorothy

  • “War-Time Reverie” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 46

Camm, Irene

  • “Treasure” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 43

Campbell, Amy

  • “The Word” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 44

Campbell, Elizabeth K.

  • “The Weaver” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 11
  • “Ski Patrol” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 12
  • “To a Brother at War” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 28
  • “Poems” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 30
  • “Notes on a Northern Journey”
  • 10.4 (Jun 1947)
  • “Lines from a Loose-Leaf Notebook”
  • 11.1 (Sep 1947)
  • “Laboratory: Animal Room” 11.4 (Jun 1948): 11
  • “Reverse” 11.4 (Jun 1948): 12

Campbell, Marjorie Freeman

  • “Russian Resurrection” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 21
  • “War Comes To Kiriwina” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 30
  • “BIow, Bugles, for the Brave” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 31
  • “Such Lovliness as This” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 9
  • “Vigil” 11.1 (Sep 1947)
  • “Near Capreol” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Yesterday” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 23
  • “And I Must Die” 13.1 (Fall 1949)

Campbell, Sheila

  • “Omnipotent” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 32

Carsley, Sara E.

  • “The Lake in the Rockies” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 35
  • “The Curb” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 23

Carsley, Sarah M.

  • “Crooked Hem” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 29
  • “Life Triumphant” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 30
  • “Portrait of a Very Old Man” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 23

Cassidy, Carol Coates

  • “White Boxes” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 36
  • “Light” 4.4 (May 1940): 26
  • “The Postman” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 17
  • “Headline Prayer” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 30
  • “First Flight” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 34
  • “Prayer in Battle Dress” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 20
  • “Two Poems” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 11
  • “Choral Symphony” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 11

Challis, Elizabeth

  • “Epitaph to a Curious Child” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 38
  • “Two Poems from the Chinese Style – The World” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 39
  • “Two Poems from the Chinese Style – In a Garden” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 39

Charlton, Elizabeth

  • “Turn Your Face to the Sun” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 40

Clemens, E. Jean

  • “Then I Knew” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 26

Clough, Elsie

  • “Irrevocable” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 31

Colman, Mary Elizabeth

  • “Hunger” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 11
  • “When I was Eight” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 33
  • “A Poet Speaks to the Critics” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 05
  • “In Memoriam Annie Charlotte Dalton M.B.E.” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 41
  • “Death of a Stranger” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 33
  • “The Last Hour” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 19
  • “News from a Nation at War” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 32
  • “Waiting” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 17
  • “The Cost” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 13
  • “A Very Ordinary Man” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 26
  • “Frustration” 10.2 (Dec 1946)
  • “Passionate Intuition” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Complin, Margaret [Robertson]

  • “Kungovic” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 46
  • “The Blue Goose” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 46
  • “To Petrarch” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 27

Cook, Merrill*

  • “Apple-Time in Rumania” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 50

Cook, R. L.*

  • “Poem” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Cooke, Nina Joy

  • “Geese” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Cornell, Mary

  • “Between Sleep” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 38
  • “It Seemed To Youth” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 38
  • “By the Sea” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 23

Costello, Elizabeth

  • “Poem” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “The Late Comer” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Coulby, Margaret E.

  • “Praise” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Coulter, Olive Clare Primrose [Mrs. John C. Coulter]

  • “Ballad” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 31 (as Olive Clare Primrose)
  • “Listening” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 76 (as Olive Coulton)

Cowan, Jennie F.

  • “Need My Heart Wait?” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Creighton, Sally [“S.C.”]

  • Rev. of Forbid Thy Ravens, by Rolfe Humphries 11.2 (Dec 1947): 46

Crosland, Margaret

  • This author was British, not Canadian.
  • “Even that Smallest Star” 11.1 (Sep 1947)

Criswell, C. M.*

  • “Three in the Night” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Crawford, Isabella Valancy

  • “Isabella Valancy Crawford” an autobiography, was “written for Mrs. J. W. F. Harrison (Seranus) during the time she was Editor of The Week” and […] “found in Mrs. Harrison’s papers shortly after her death.” The article was reproduced and contributed to Canadian Poetry Magazine by Elsie Pomeroy: 7.4 (Jun 1944): 38

Culverhouse, Margaret

  • “Candle” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 08

Currie, Doris

  • “Poem” 10.3 (Mar 1947)

Dalton, Annie Charlotte Armitage

  • “Sudden Joy” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 41
  • “To Hathor, The Mistress of Turquoise” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 20
  • “For Amelia Earhart” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 22
  • “Wheat and Barley” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 24

Darroch, Lois

  • “The Unattainable” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 24

Davidson, True

  • “The World-Kitchen” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 20
  • “Hallowe’en” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 32
  • “Song of the City Dweller” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 33
  • “Ballad of a Shadow” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 34

Davis, Ella

  • “Prairie Candles” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 36
  • “The Woman of Baffinland: A Ballad” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 38
  • “Prairie Seamen” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 26
  • “The Gun Welder” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 32
  • “The Valley of the Rivers” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 11
  • “The Sleeper” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Dawes, Angela K.

  • “The Smoker” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 42

Dawson, Margaret M.

  • “A New Canadian” 4.4 (May 1940): 32

Day, Barbara

  • “Request” 10.3 (Mar 1947)
  • “Beautiful Age” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Tapestry” 13.1 (Fall 1949)

Derby, Jessica A.

  • “Revelation” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 29

Devitt, Maisie Nelson

  • “Unrepentant” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 27
  • “In Defense of Eve” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 27
  • “Irony” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 41
  • “The Girl Who Passed By” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 60
  • “Dark Compromise” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 60
  • “Mockery” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 60
  • “Fragrance” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 39

Doherty, Sheila

  • “Erosion” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 41

Donaldson, Elizabeth

  • “The Old Mirror” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 39
  • “Sea Sand” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 40
  • “The Progress of Time” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 34
  • “Moon” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 21
  • “A Parrot’s Quill” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 38
  • “The Unknown” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 27

Dorey, Alice Ann

  • “Saskatchewan Beach” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 37

Dorne, Miriam

  • “Magic” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 47

Dorsey, Beulah CIay

  • “Prelude for a Debut” 10.3 (Mar 1947)

Dougher, Helen Fitzgerald

  • “I Have Forgotten” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 55
  • “Prophecy” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 60
  • “Epitaph” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 30
  • “Sick Girl” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 27
  • “Indifference” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 40

Douglas, Gilean

  • “Prophecy” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 39
  • “We, The Lost” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 26
  • “Answer to Living” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 26
  • “Credo” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 40
  • “Outcast” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 45
  • “Within Our Gates” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 45
  • “And a Thorn” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 28
  • “Nature Poets in Wartime” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 32
  • “We, The Occupied” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 28
  • “How Stealthily it Comes” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 8
  • “Autumn in Wartime” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 33
  • “Night of War” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 29
  • “Now In This Night” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 27
  • “Sios Agus, Sios Leom” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 30
  • “Hunger” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 24
  • “Children of Martha” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 26
  • “With Rain” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 30
  • “Winter Twilight” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “The Hand Stretched Out” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Portrait of The Artist” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Bitter This Year” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Displaced Person” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Wind Drift” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Douglas, Jean M.

  • “Travelling West” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 33
  • “Perverse” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 33
  • “Change” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 37

Dovecoat, Wraitha

  • “Would That It Were Forever Fall” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Downes, G. V.

  • “Explorers” 10.3 (Mar 1947): 14
  • “Legend” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 15
  • “Chinese Print” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 15

Drew, M. E.*

  • “Sleep Take My Hand” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Dri-Ki*

  • “A Mad Moment” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 42
  • “Cups” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 58

Drummond Boyd, Jessie

  • “Portrait of an Old Indian” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 14
  • “Two Peacocks” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 15
  • “Rock Garden” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 30
  • “Ingenue” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 31
  • “The Old House” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 27
  • “Wild Mink” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Silence” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

du Val, Mente*

  • “Little Boy Angel” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 51

Dumbrille, Dorothy

  • “Destiny” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 21
  • “The Walk Home” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Eakins, Beatrice

  • “The End of Striving” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 36

Earle, Kathleen

  • “Laughter” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 59
  • “I Shall Return” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Lost Bay” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Ebbs-Canavan, Frances A[lice] Clarke

  • “Requiescat” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 33
  • “Time’s Peddler” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 39

Eckel, Ella H.

  • “To a Young Man Ploughing near an old Burying-Lot” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 53
  • “This Peace” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 32
  • “Marching Through Georgia” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Edmondson, Lillian

  • “On Dit” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 27

Edwards, Mary

  • “Adolescence” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 38

Eggleston, Magdalena

  • “When You Return” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Elliott, Gertrude Jean

  • “Forest Fire” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 58

Elliott, H. Chandler*

  • “The Admonishers” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 41

England, Amy Bissett

  • “Spring Magic” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 29
  • “Autumn Holiday on Mount Royal” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 38
  • “Signposts” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 40
  • “Tides” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 24
  • “Words and Music” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 29
  • “Minstrel” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 25
  • “Two Vignettes” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 16

England, E. M.*

  • This author is Australian, not Canadian.
  • “Footprints in an Egyptian Tomb” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 6
  • “Nasturtiums” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Ballet in Blue” 13.3 (Spring 1950)
  • “Dance Hall” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Bush Silence” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Esering, Marina

  • “No Second Spring” 4.4 (May 1940): 42

Fairbairn, Helen

  • “Only the Roses Know” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 24

Falk, Stella

  • “Self-Sculpture” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 48
  • “Allegiance” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 31
  • “Healing” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 32
  • “The Magic Still Remains” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 32
  • “Expedition” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 41
  • “Boundless” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 53

Fallis, Mary

  • “Retreat” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 29
  • “Acadia” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 30

Farley, Hilary

  • “The Pessimistic Lover” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 36
  • “A Song of Sympathy” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 41

Feng Chi*

  • “Van Gogh” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Storm” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Air Raid Alarm” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Ferne, Doris [Mrs. E. G. Ferne]

  • “Nijinsky” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 30
  • “Memory” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 29
  • “Thalassa” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 29
  • “Forest Music” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 38
  • “Forest Voices” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 39
  • “Ebb Tide” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 40
  • “Syringa (Mock Orange Blossom)” 4.4 (May 1940): 36
  • “Take-Off” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 56
  • “Reindeer Saga” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 20
  • “Four Horsemen Ride” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 26
  • “Premonition” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 27
  • “While Reading Poetry” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Finley, M. L.*

  • “Autumn Scene” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Finnigan, H. Joan

  • “Interval” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 20

Finnigan, Joan

  • “Perspective” 13.3 (Spring 1950)
  • “Song” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Dusk-Song” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Firth, R[ose] L.

  • “I Shall Not Come” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 34
  • “The Kingdom O’Mine” 4.4 (May 1940): 9

Fooshee, Clare Murray

  • “Thus the Heart” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 32
  • “Pantoum” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 31

Foster, Nell K. A.

  • “Rock Land 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Found, Lilian

  • “What Matter What Way 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Fox, A. Marion

  • “Brother of the Little People (Grey Owl)” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 42
  • “What Price War?” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 59
  • “To a Sculptor” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 19

Fox, Estelle

  • “Lilith” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 28
  • “To An Unattainable Lover” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 20
  • “November” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 21

Fox, Marion

  • “The Late Ethelwyn Wetherald” 4.4 (May 1940): 34

Frame, Ethel A.

  • “Words” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 51

Fraser, Dorothy May

  • “Betrothal” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Fraser, Hermia Harris

  • “Totem Town Vignettes” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 25
  • “Brunnhilde” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 23
  • “Wild Horses” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 24
  • “The Ga-Git” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 14
  • “Songs from the Haida- I. Chant of Remorse” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 18
  • “Songs from the Haida- II. Crying Song” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 19
  • “Roots” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Friedman, Ruby

  • “St. Paul St., Montreal” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Fulton, Ellen

  • “Signal Hill” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Fulton, Ellen M.

  • “The Clam Digger” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 12
  • “First Meeting” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 35
  • “Anaesthesia” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 23

Garbutt, Elizabeth

  • “Smoke” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 34
  • “The Homestead” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 25
  • “Grain Elevators” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 29
  • “The Young Pilot” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 48
  • “Steel” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 34
  • “Alberta” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 16
  • “To One Who Died In 1918” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 22
  • “Aftermath” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 14

Garrett, Blanche Pownall

  • “As A Little Child” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 32
  • “Christmas 1949” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Garvin, Amelia Beers Warnock

  • see “Katherine Hale”

Gay, Jean

  • “Moon” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 47

Genee, Edith Hope

  • “The Sundial” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 25
  • “This the Blossoming” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 21

Godfrey, Norah

  • “Lois” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 47
  • “Pacifica” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 16
  • “The Blind Peddler” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 23
  • “New Russian Melody” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 21
  • “Who Dreams This Dream of Life” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 17

Gordon, Doreen

  • “Bizarrerie” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 28

Gould, Margaret R.

  • “Leviathan” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 9
  • “Chimere” 10.3 (Mar 1947)
  • “The Clew” 11.4 (Jun 1948)
  • “Prelude” 11.4 (Jun 1948)
  • “Song of The Golden Maid” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Prologue to Oblivion” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Gould, Mona

  • “Three Poems” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 09
  • “Grandfather” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 29
  • “Return from Bedlam” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 20
  • “All the Patchwork Bits” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 16
  • “Bitter Hill” 10.3 (Mar 1947)

Gowing, Girsha

  • “Now is the Time of Toadstools” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 16
  • “Poster People” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 21
  • “Osprey” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 20
  • “The Lame Cock” 11.2 (Dec 1947): 21
  • “Low Barometer” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Whistle Up the Little Colts” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Lifting Carrots” 13.6 (Winter 1950)
  • “The Snipe” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Graham, Gwethalyn

  • “Little Things” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 35

Graham, H. Isobel

  • “The Broken Lute” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 40

Gray, Alice Rowan

  • “The Match Seller” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 18
  • “Dawn” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 19

Gray, Lillian Collier

  • “Inarticulate” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 33
  • “The City Farmer” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 33
  • “La Rommanie Sings” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 42
  • “Autumn, The Dissembler” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 32
  • “Song of the Hidden Road” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 29
  • “Waste” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 38
  • “They Will Awaken” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 24
  • “Song for April” 13.1 (Fall 1949)

Grayson, Ethel Kirk

  • “Bermuda Quest” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 16
  • “Zinnias” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 39
  • “Ballad of Winds” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 25
  • “Sea Gardens” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 44
  • “Orchard Fantasia” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 26
  • “Cathay Garden” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 31
  • “Lotus” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 28
  • “Revenant” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 17
  • “Summer’s End” 10.3 (Mar 1947)
  • “Coureur des Bois” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Green, Jennifer

  • “Amo” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 27
  • “Introversion” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 33

Grenville, R. H. [Mrs. Frank E. Rowley]

  • “Nostalgia” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 54
  • “Bread for Wings” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 30
  • “Desolation” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 30
  • “World Music” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 37
  • “By Way of Warning” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 19
  • “Drowned” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 21

Gridjonson, Esther

  • “Nostalgia” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 7

Grise-Allard, Jeanne

  • “Grand Vent” (in French) 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Gudjonson, Esther

  • “Unlit Dawn” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Hackett, Eloise Wade

  • “Signal at Midnight” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Hagerman, Jessie Sills

  • “Dawn at Xochimilco” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 23

Hale, Katherine” (Amelia Beers Warnock Garvin)

  • “Cupid and Psyche” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 37
  • “Slippery Magic” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 17
  • “Old Days” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 22
  • “Mountain Pass” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 9

Halpin, Hilda

  • “The Blind” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “Briefly Taller Than Buildings” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Hanratty, F. E.*

  • “When Men are Mountains” 13.1 (Fall 1949)

Hanson, Edna

  • “Autumn Picture” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 23

Hanson, Frances

  • “The Primrose Trail” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 31
  • “Poor Old Calliach” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 50

Harden, Verna Loveday [Mrs. O. C. Bentley, Verna Bessie Bentley]

  • “Civilization” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 31
  • “This Life We Live” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 32
  • “Garden of the Ursuline Convent, Quebec City” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 52
  • “Re-Armed” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 22
  • “Lost Autumn” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 26
  • “All Valiant Dust” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 17
  • “To a Small Boy Sleeping” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 27
  • “Now Have the Lowly” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 25
  • “The Recording Angel Speaks” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 19
  • “The Green Place” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 20
  • “O Poet Sleeping” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 21
  • “Beauty for Ashes” (Review of Mariel Jenkins) 7.3 (Mar 1944): 35
  • “Sonnets for Youth” (Review of Frank Oliver Call) 8.1 (Sep 1944): 38
  • “Gray Acres” (Review of Lillian Collier Gray) 8.2 (Dec 1944): 39
  • “Nor Joy, Nor Pain” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 20
  • “The Gift” 10.3 (Mar 1947)
  • “Archibald Lampman” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 5
  • “The First Snow” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Street Dance, Halifax” 13.3 (Spring 1950)
  • “The Song” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Hardy, Elizabeth Stanton

  • “Storm Curtain” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Harrington, Dorothy

  • “In Memoriam” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 30

Harris, Marcia

  • “Plane Crash” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 32
  • “Camouflaged” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “The Greek Refugee” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Harrison, Susan Frances [Mrs. J. W. F. Harrison] [Seranus]

  • “Isabella Valancy Crawford” an autobiography, was “written for Mrs. J. W. F. Harrison (Seranus) during the time she was Editor of The Week” and […] “found in Mrs. Harrison’s papers shortly after her death.” The article was reproduced and contributed to Canadian Poetry Magazine by Elsie Pomeroy: 7.4 (Jun 1944): 38

Hastings, Elizabeth

  • “Peace” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 38
  • “April Weather” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 13
  • “Introduction To The Occasion” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 41
  • “Why Do You Look At Your Hands?” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 42
  • “Hilltop Song” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 37

Hastings, Helen

  • “Requiem” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 37
  • “Ingenue” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 20
  • “Portrait” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 20
  • “Budget” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 55

Havard, Pauline

  • “Fear” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 32
  • “Dust To Dust” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 38
  • “Words” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 41
  • “Deserted Garden” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 59
  • “Return” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 31
  • “The Old Farmer” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 29
  •  “Exile” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 35
  • “Miss Plooney’s Drawing Room” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 19
  • “Dreamer” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 23
  • “Thimble Hill” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 27
  • “Episode” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 11
  • “The Exile” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 16
  • “Door to Enchantment” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 23
  • “The Bridge” 10.2 (Dec 1946)

HazeIton, Ruth Cleaves

  • “Old Legend” 10.3 (Mar 1947)
  • “Frail Pinions” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 19
  • “In the Full of the Moon” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 20

Hebert, Anne

  • “Water” (Translated from the French by Leo Cox) 8.2 (Dec 1944): 19
  • “Beach Tableau” (Translated from the French by Leo Cox) 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Hedges, Doris

  • “Apathy” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 26
  • “Alloy” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 24
  • “Withered Asters” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Convalescence of Man” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Hemingway, Grace Elton

  • “Autumn” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 31
  • “I Was Born on an Easter Day” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 29

Henderson, Anna M[inerva]

  • “Parliament Hill, Ottawa” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 51
  • “Sonnet” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 36

Henderson, Caroline D’Aguilar

  • “Sonneteer” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 21
  • “Black-Eyed Susan” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 37
  • “Partition” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 23
  • “Sea Shell” 4.4 (May 1940): 43
  • “The Selkirks” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 23
  • “War Breeds Heroes” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 27
  • “Bare Trees” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 23
  • “Safe Landing” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 25
  • “Song of The Sea” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 19

Henderson, Christine Lighthall

  • “As Onward Sweeps the Tide” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 38
  • “A Sea Dream” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 47
  • “The Young Levite’s Prayer” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 24
  • “Dos Pou Sto” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 23

Henry, Eileen Almyra [Cameron]

  • “Untaught” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 24
  • “Cape Breton Hills” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 25

Henry, Marion Kathleen

  • “As Brown Birds” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Hill Maunsell, Clara

  • “The Poets Gather” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Hill, Agnes Aston [“Aunt Marian”]

  • “A Prayer” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 26

Hill, Clara E.

  • “Part Of Me” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 35
  • “Heritage” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 35
  • “Prairie Autumn” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 36
  • “There Still Is Beauty” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 30
  • “High Tide” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 29
  • “Shadows in the Snow” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 32
  • “Trees” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 37
  • “Moonlight on the Okanagan” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 29
  • “Fossil” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 29
  • “So Brief a Thing” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 20
  • “To Annie Charlotte Dalton” 13.1 (Fall 1949)

Hill, Lettie Ann

  • “Ghosts” 4.4 (May 1940): 42
  • “Communication” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 14
  • “Soliloquy” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 30
  • “The Rite of Spring” 11.1 (Sep 1947)
  • “Summation” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Nine in Flight” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Hillier, Winnifred A.

  • “Frivolity” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 39

Hobson, Dorothy

  • “Never the Dead” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 34

Holden, Marcia Nichols

  • “Bird-Man” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 22
  • “The Surviviors” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 31
  • “Thespian” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Holfer, Clara

  • “The Impertinence of Airplanes” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 20
  • “The Selkirker” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 20

Holland, Ermina Carpenter

  • “Visitants” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 42
  • “In the Factory at Night” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 19

Hopper, Clara

  • “By the Light of a Star” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 43
  • “The Sasquatch” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 20
  • “What Use Are Adjectives?” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 20
  • “Salish Inheritance” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 41
  • “The News Hawk” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 56
  • “Glooscap’s Departure from the Land of the Micmac” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 16
  • “Sail from Nanaimo” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 25
  • “Unforgettable Moment” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 34
  • “The Squamish” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 12
  • “Foggy Day” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 30
  • “Crossing the North Saskatchewan” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 24
  • “Boy at Thunder River” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 28
  • “Boy from Thunder River” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 28
  • “Song for Canada” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 9

Howard, Blanche Muirhead

  • “Vignette” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Howard, Dorothy

  • “The Silent Hour” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 29
  • “To Marshal Saunders” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 33

Huber, Mary B.

  • “Aurora Borealis” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 33
  • “Resurgam” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 32

Hudson, Reba

  • “Lovers In A Monastery Garden” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 20
  • “Canyon Song” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 31
  • “What If I Should Not Know” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 30
  • “Slave” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 25
  • “Anchorage” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 22
  • “Invaded Garden” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 27
  • “Heritage” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Hudson, Ruby R.

  • “Child of the Dunes” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Hume, Helen

  • “Low Tide” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “The Gossips” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Hutchison, Margaret

  • “Poem” 10.3 (Mar 1947)

Ivey, Helen

  • “To W. B.” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 45

Jackson, Isa Grindlay

  • “To a Mail-Carrier” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 17
  • “Goodwill to Men” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 30
  • “Airmen” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 28

Jarvis, Kathleen

  • “Earth” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 38
  • “As the Song Passes” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 28
  • “White Rock” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 23

Jenkins, Mariel

  • “Bloodroots” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 29
  • “Seasons” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 49
  • “In Joseph’s Garden” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 21

Johnston, Margaret Louisa

  • “Sundial 6.1 (Dec 1941): 30

Johnston, Ruth

  • “Russet Advice” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 18
  • “This and That Wind” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 19
  • “Never Again” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 20
  • “Autumn Walk” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 37

Julsrud, Margery

  • “Evergreen” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 31

Keirstead, Stella

  • “Sonnet to Time” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 22
  • “Sequence 1944-45” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 12
  • “The Rink” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 14

Kelly, Ruth

  • “Hands” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Kennedy, Muriel

  • “A Winter Evening” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 16
  • “Spring Nocturne” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 02

Kenny, Mona

  • “Youth Has Not Made the World of Today” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 18
  • “This Year of Grace” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 28

Kerr, E. Hope

  • “Eyes of the World” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 24
  • “Still Life” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 25
  • “Red Bark” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 23
  • “Day Star” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 22
  • “Taalek Ahvakana’s Last Sleep 8.3 (Mar 1945): 27
  • “String-Figure Chants” 10.3 (Mar 1947)

King, Amabel Reeves

  • “Rhapsodist” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 54
  • “Sonnet 3.2 (Oct 1938): 48
  • “Napoli” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 41
  • “Alloquy” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 33
  • “The France I Knew” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 25
  • “The New Crusaders” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 30
  • “A Tribute” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 11
  • “Answering All Questions” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 05
  • “Editorial” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 5
  • “Crossroad Puzzle” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Kingston, Betty

  • “Fantasy” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 33

Kirby, Inez Barclay

  • “Before Burial” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 25

Kirkpatrick, A. M.*

  • “Sailors Also Wait” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 29
  • “Storm Strings” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 29

Kirkwood, Hilda

  • “Mutation” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 47
  • “De Profundis” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Kroll, Millie C.

  • “Sight Seeing” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

L. H. C.*

  • “Prayer” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 31

Lambert, Elinor

  • “Whither My Cry?” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 12

Lanyon, Carla Lanyon

  • “To Christopher” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 49
  • “Age” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 22

Laurence, Elsie Fry

  • “The Lesson” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 31 (as Elsie Fry Lawrence [sic])
  • “Truth and Facts” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 21 (as Frances Elsie Fry Laurence)

Lauriston, Gloria

  • “Queries” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 37
  • “What’s in a Name?” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 38
  • “Fledgling” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 25
  • “My Heart Too Full” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 54
  • “Moonlight Sonata” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 35

Lawrence, Stella

  • “Vancouver Symphony” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 10

Lawson, Inga

  • “Child on the Beach” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Leavens, Emily

  • “The Pilate-Minded” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 32

Ledingham, Mary

  • “Soundings” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

LeFebvre, Lily Alice Cooke [“Fleurange”]

  • “Music” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 31 (as L. A. LeFebvre)

Leisner, Dorothy Roberts

  • “Old Snow in Spring” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 29
  • “A Parting” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 45
  • “When I was Young” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 62

Lennox, Francis

  • “In Praise of Laziness” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 33

Leveridge, Lilian

  • “Tensed Strings” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 22
  • “The S. O. S.” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 39
  • “The Explorer” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 40
  • “Church Bells Ring in Dover” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 17
  • “Fallen Cities” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 10
  • “The Piper” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 14

Lewis, de Lancey*

  • “May Song in Time of War” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 31

Livesay, Dorothy

  • “Day And Night” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 08
  • “Wind on the Heath” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 19
  • “Challenge from Clairton” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 39
  • “Abracadabra” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 15
  • “Lullaby” 10.4 (Jun 1947)
  • “Matins” 10.4 (Jun 1947)

Livesay, Florence Randal[l]

  • “Respite from Day” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 32
  • “The Daughters of Marco Polo” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 23
  • “Lake Manitou: Lost Road” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 29
  • “Poppies and Maidens in the Fields” 10.3 (Mar 1947)
  • “Amaranth Station” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 14

Logan, Evelyn

  • “Full Moon, Bermuda” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 24

Loring, Lois

  • “Entre Nous” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 35

Lorraine, Lilith

  • “Who Laughs Last” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Lynette

  • “Wind In The Greenwood” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 32

Macdonald, Agnes Foley

  • “A Song” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Mackenzie, Marjorie

  • “Evolution” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 19

MacLeod, Margaret Furness

  • “Omens (Dedicated to a Celtic Nurse)” 4.4 (May 1940): 30
  • “Divine Harmonics” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 16
  • “Concerning Idols” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 28

MacTavish, Mildred F.

  • “Arrival” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Mainer, R. H.*

  • “Le Bon-Secours” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 19

Marriott, Anne

  • “Winter” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 34
  • “I Might Forget” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 36
  • “Tide Spell” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 51
  • “Squanderer” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 41
  • “Night Travellers” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 11
  • “Still I Cheat Myself” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 12
  • “Headland at Night” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 12
  • “Storm Over a Garden” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 33
  • “How Beautiful the City” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 16
  • “Two Pictures in Colour” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 17
  • “Appeasers” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 30
  • “Metaphor” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Moment” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Marshall, Joyce

  • “Acolyte” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 52
  • “Recollection” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 34
  • “And After” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 34
  • “Recall” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 29
  • “Rain and Tears” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 27
  • “No Special Magic” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 34
  • “Consolation” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 34

Martin, Martha

  • “Out of the Shadows” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 34

Matheson, Mary

  • “Endearment” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 33

Maunsell, H. Wakefield*

  • “The Heart that Keeps its Youth” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 26
  • “Lifeboat Crew” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Maura, Sister [née Mary Power]

  • “Mater Redemptoris” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 32
  • “Mater Mea” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 21

Mayer, Harriet C.

  • “Hunger” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

McArton, Freda

  • “Cold Night” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 37

McAteer, Edna

  • “Always” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 52
  • “Of Little Courage” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 30
  • “Zero Hour” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 24

McBeth, N.*

  • “Roadside Grave in Sicily” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Poem” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

McClean, Jean

  • “A Singing Pen” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 25

McCullough, Mary E.

  • “My Rose Jar” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 34

McFadden, Isobel

  • “If There Was War” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 33
  • “Veterans of 1940” 4.4 (May 1940): 21
  • “Return” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 31
  • “Not Alone on the Hills” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 21
  • “They Would Wear Courage” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 9
  • “At the New Year” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 23
  • “I Have Walked Gladly” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Before the Concert” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

McGregor, Margaret E.

  • “Song” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 54

McKay, Sara Jean

  • “None but a Fool” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 29
  • “The House of Peace” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 49
  • “News Flashes” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 45
  • “Spanish Dances” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 27

McKenzie, Marjorie

  • “Satan Complains” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 45
  • “Wine of the Gods” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 44

McLaren, Floris Clark

  • “Yukon Valley” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 23
  • “Glimpse” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 23
  • “White Afternoon” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 23
  • “Bits of the Pattern” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 49
  • “Two Seagulls” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 37
  • “In Our Town” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 39
  • “Tide Trapped” 4.4 (May 1940): 38
  • “In a Library” 10.2 (Dec 1946)
  • “Visit by Water” 11.4 (Jun 1948)
  • “Hiller Commencement” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

McPhillips, Marie L.

  • “To a Domestic Goddess” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 27

McRaye, Lucy Betty

  • “A Sequence” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 14
  • “Love’s Consecration” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 10

Mednikoff, Patricia Benton

  • “The Star-child” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 33
  • “Identity” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 23
  • “Lilacs in Rain” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 29

Merrin, A. Gwendolen M.

  • “Elinor” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 33
  • “Elinor” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 41
  • “Legend” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 28

Meyer, Harriet C.

  • “Security” 13.3 (Spring 1950)
  • “Summer Morning” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Middleton, Helen E.

  • “In Memoriam” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 41
  • “Incident” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 34
  • “Ransom” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 34
  • “Surcease” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 34
  • “Apple Trees” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 33
  • “Ripae Ulterioris Amore” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 32

Mitchell, Minnie M.

  • “Hoar Frost” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 34

Money, Jessica E.

  • “Love and Death” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 22
  • “To Bring the Heart Repose” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 20

Monkman, Florence Robina

  • “Sea Burial” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 27
  • “Breton Farmer” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 28
  • “A Song of the Admirals” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 29
  • “Late Sowing” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 20
  • “The Rivers” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 20
  • “Sister Marah (14th Century)” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 13
  • “When a Mother Has Need of Her Sons” 4.4 (May 1940): 22
  • “Paris” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 24
  • “Saint Paul’s” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 23
  • “The Unconquerable City (London)” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 17
  • “Warders of Freedom” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 09
  • “Invocation” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 18
  • “This Freedom” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 18
  • “Mountain Memories” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Montgomery, Joan M.

  • “Charles Heavysege” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 5

Moodie, Margaret B. A.

  • “Envoi” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 20

Moody, Irene Helen Hawkins

  • “Group Spirit” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 37
  • “To Me is Left” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 24
  • “Out of the Air” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 24
  • “Intimations of the Spring” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 50
  • “Wine of Sky” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 25
  • “Tuner and Tune” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 28
  • “The Dead Jew” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 19
  • “No Words” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 44
  • “Fog-Rift” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 26
  • “Waves” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 29
  • “Remembering” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 33

Morgan-Jones, Elizabeth

  • “Escape” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 31

Morris, Llyn*

  • “Desecration” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 15

Morrison, Dorothy

  • “Squadepew” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 15
  • “Steam Threshing Outfit” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Munro, Kathryn

  • “A Ghostly Visitor” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 31
  • “Renouncement” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 55
  • “At Home to November” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 38
  • “Monologue at 2 a.m.” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 42
  • “Tribute” 4.4 (May 1940): 14
  • “Beauty May Pass” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 35
  • “Lost Garden” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 26
  • “Conversation With God” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 27
  • “Old Apple Orchard” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 19
  • “Threnody” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 7
  • “Salute to Valour” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 13
  • “Star of the North” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 12
  • “Inviolate” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 31
  • “Nova Scotia” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Fog” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Murray, Rona

  • “The Last Spring” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Mutter, Jean

  • “Reflex of Life” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 50

Myers, Mabel Black

  • “Temple Bells” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 36

Negoro, T.

  • “Escape” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 43
  • “Accent Reserved” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 40

Newton, N.*

  • “Mr. Sturgis Praying” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

O’Brien, A. H.*

  • “In Memoriam Sir Charles G. D. Roberts” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 5

Osborn, Margot Regina

  • “Another Spring” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 40
  • “O Time!” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 29
  • “Tryst” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 48
  • “Next-of-Kin” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 34
  • “December” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 35
  • “Between Roof-Tops” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 15
  • “To One Who Returns Not” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 36
  • “Green Cornfield” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 30
  • “Migrants” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 32
  • “You are Not Dead” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 28
  • “Inheritance” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Page, P. K.

  • “The Parade” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 22
  • “Design” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 23
  • “Reflection” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 22
  • “For G. E. R.” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 35
  • “Candlelight” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 38
  • “Remember the Wood” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 16
  • “Isolationist” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 17
  • “The Clock of Your Pulse” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 12
  • “Alice” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “Christmas Eve: Market Square” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “Painter” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “Parachutist” 11.4 (Jun 1948)
  • “Romantic” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Parker, Barbara

  • “Young Jason” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Parker, Loretta

  • “So Dreaming Slow” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Berry Pickers” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Mountain Island” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Parker, M. G.*

  • “Lyric” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 28

Parsons, Hilma

  • “The Ocean Lies Between” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 54
  • “The Song of the Oak Leaves” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 50

Paterson, Jean I.

  • “Hummingbird” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 42

Payne, Mabel L.

  • “Echo of a Fairy Tale” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 33
  • “The Blue Pool” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “The Loggers” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Pearce, Joanna

  • “To Leaves” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 41

Pearson, H. A.*

  • “Hard White Stones” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 21

Perrigard, Pauline B.

  • “Song for a Troubadour” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 44

Perry, M. Eugenie

  • “Crimson” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 18
  • “Lumber Camp” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 39
  • “The Swinging Gate” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 24
  • “The Mainspring” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 16
  • “Nettle-Shy” 10.2 (Dec 1946)
  • “Chlorophyll” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Pettit, Phyllis Adye

  • “Hindhead” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 34

Phillips, Bluebell Stewart

  • “Undiscovered” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Born Unequal” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Piers, Constance Fairbanks

  • “Winter Wizardry” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 45

Pirie, Nora

  • “Night-blooming Cereus” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 23
  • “Darkness” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 29

Pomeroy, Elsie M.

  • “Isabella Valancy Crawford” (A bio of I.V.C.
  •  found in the papers of J.W.F. Harrison (Seranus)) 7.4 (Jun 1944): 38
  • “Memory” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 21

Potter, Ann

  • “Afro-American” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 17

Potter, Sally A.

  • “A Winter Symphony” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 27

Pownall, Blanche I.

  • “Comparison” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 40
  • “And This Now For You” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 33

Pratt, Lenore A.

  • “Episode: Paris” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 39
  • “The Folk Song” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 32
  • “Shells” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 22

Pryn, Jennifer

  • “On Other People” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 28

Pugsley, Josephine H.

  • “Rowena, Wife of Thomas” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 24

Raskevich, Magdalena

  • “Pay Day in Coal Town” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 18

Remely, C. A.*

  • “A Kipling Series” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 16

Ridley, Hilda

  • “A Visitor” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Ridley, Laura A.

  • “Thoughts on the R. A. F.” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 49

Robertson, A. E.*

  • “They that Mourn” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 28
  • “There Is A City” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 30
  • “Poem” 11.1 (Sep 1947): 30
  • “And There Was Time” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Firelight” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Poem” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 14
  • “Poem” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Poem” 13.3 (Spring 1950)
  • “Impotent” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Robinson, D. M.*

  • “Happiness Preferred” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 45

Robinson, Dorothy

  • “Snowfall” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 58

Robinson, Dorothy Mae

  • “Mood” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 28

Rose, F. A.*

  • “The Alaska Highway” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 26
  • “Vacation Idyll” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 19

Ross, Helen Elizabeth

  • “Little Miss April” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 24
  • “A Battle Song” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 13
  • “Rain After Drought” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 14
  • “This Is My Land” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 15
  • “Who Died Young” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 36
  • “To A Distant Land” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 57

Ross, Margaret A.

  • “Witchcraft” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 29
  • “Nocturn” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 25
  • “Cosmos” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 33

Ross, P. D.*

  • “The Short Word in English Poetry” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 7

Routier, Simone

  • “Les psaumes du jardin clos: Ill” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Routly, Isobel

  • “Sun, Moon and Stars Together” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 43
  • “Flight From Thought” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 31

Rusby, Evelyn Craig

  • “Grathmire Tor” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 30

Russell, Frances

  • “And Laughter Unquenchable” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 40

Rutherford, Margaret

  • “Metamorphosis” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 43

Rutty, Wynne*

  • “But You Must Love Her” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 23

Ryan, E. Anne

  • “The Second Mile” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 34
  • “Those About to Die” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 27

Saunders, D. L.*

  • “Bread” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 42

Schill, Florence E.

  • “To A Mexican Peon” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Shantz, Genevieve V.

  • “Epigram on Window Shopping” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 29

Sharman, Lyon

  • “Autumn In The Rockies” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 34
  • “The Rebel” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 35

Shaw, Margaret Mason

  • “My Lad with Wings” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 30

Sheard, Virna

  • “Desire” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 43

Sheasgreen, Eve

  • “Prologue to Summer” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Shipman, Clare

  • “Portrait After Browning” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Sigmund, Dorothy

  • “Discovery” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 25

Simpson, Miriam

  • “Inadequacy” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 39

Skala, Diana

  • “To a Platonic Lover” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 30
  • “Women of Israel (Two Portraits- Deborah and Pnina)” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 61
  • “Poet’s Answer” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 51
  • “Epigram” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 28
  • “Portrait” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 24
  • “In the Garden” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 48
  • “To Poland” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 36
  • “A Bach Toccata and Fugue” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 19
  • “Epitaph On a Free-Booter” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 20
  • “Paradigm” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Sliter, Dorothy Murray

  • “High Wind” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 28
  • “I Shall Be Wind in the Leaves” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 55
  • “Rain After Drought” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Smart, Elizabeth

  • “Comforter, Where is Your Comforting?” 3.4 (Apr 1939): 35

Smith, H. Kay

  • “It’s Not the Sea I Love” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 20

Smith, Kay

  • “We Are Mice, Not Men” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 24
  • “Notes on a Wintry Day” 4.3 (Dec 1939): 27
  • “Snow Poems” 4.4 (May 1940): 33
  • “Portrait” 4.4 (May 1940): 39
  • “Wish for November” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 33
  • “If England Die” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 13
  • “Remember the Wind” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 17
  • “But the Touch” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 15
  • “Lines” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Smith, Norma [Ethel]

  • “Ghosts” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 42
  • “The Girls’ Fountain” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 38
  • “The Four Christs” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 10
  • “The Hermit Thrush Sings” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 29
  • “Pamela” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 25

Smith, Rita

  • “Omega” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 11
  • “Residuum” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 26

Sproule, Dorothy

  • “Brief Paradise” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 48
  • “The Conquering Christ” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 25

Staebler, Edna

  • “Prelude” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Stanford, Lucy Creighton

  • “Blood” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 40

Stevens, M. Helen

  • “To Measure My Love” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 29

Stevenson, 0. J.*

  • “London Calling” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 36

Stewart, B.*

  • “Alcaeus to Sappho” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 30

Stewart, D.*

  • “Socrates” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 31

Stewart, R. G.*

  • “The Anvil” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 44

Stewart, Robina

  • “Wakened” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 21
  • “Reflex” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 28
  • “The Girl He Left Behind” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 24
  • “Losers, Finders” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Stillwell, Cora

  • “As We Remember Him” 9.1 (Sep 1945): 20

Stobie, Margaret

  • “Desolation” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Strachan, Ada M.

  • “The Sleeping Giant of Thunder Bay” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 22
  • “April Quest” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 33
  • “The Released Prisoner” 6.2 (Apr 1942): 19

Street, Eloise

  • “Prayer of the Sun Bride” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Song of A Chickasaw Bride” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Sutherland, Alex. H.*

  • “Foretaste” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 31

Sutherland, Jean

  • “Fixin’ Fence” 12.1 (Sep 1948)

Taylor, Barbara

  • “Seagulls” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Taylor, Dorothy

  • “Adonis at Adowa” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 37

Taylor, Dorothy M.

  • “We are Like Blades of Grass” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 45

Thibaudeau, Colleen

  • “Only Reapers Reaping Early” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “A Fortune Tale” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “The Girls” 13.1 (Fall 1949)
  • “Poem” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Chimes” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)

Thomas, Martha Banning

  • “Country Witch” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “House Furnishings” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)
  • “Contact” 13.6 (Winter 1950)
  • “Potential Past” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Thompson, Joan

  • “Holland Spring” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 30
  • “Before Kiev” 7.2 (Dec 1943): 31

Thompson, Laura

  • “Adoration” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 48

Thompson, Laura E.

  • “Green Umbrella” 3.1 (Jun 1938): 37

Thompson, Mona

  • “The Secret” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Thomson, Theresa E.

  • “Day is not Old” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Tomkinson, Grace

  • “Fine Day For The Exhibition” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 29

Torrie, deLancey*

  • “On a Day of Forest Fires” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 34

Trail, Dorothy

  • “Wild Duck” 11.1 (Sep 1947)

Tranter, Gladdis Joy [G. J.]

  • “Silence” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 40
  • “Beauty” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 27

Trent, Lucia

  • “Cleansing Surge” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Gallant Heart” 13.3 (Spring 1950)

Ulasovetz, Violet

  • “A Watcher of Stars” 13.2 (Christmas 1949)

Vair, J. W.*

  • “Nocturne” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 21

Vallenlyne, Mary

  • “St. Anne’s” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 36

Van der Mark, Christine

  • “Thorlief” 5.3 (Apr 1941): 40

Waddington, Miriam

  • “Night Wanderer” 3.3 (Dec 1938): 40 (as Miriam Dworkin)
  • “Contrasts” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 29
  • “Festival” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 28
  • “Lake Superior” 7.4 (Jun 1944): 35
  • “Partisans” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 6
  • “Canadian Summer” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 18
  • “Lovers” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 12
  • “The Music Teachers” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 13
  • “Noon Hour Downtown” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 15
  • “Night in October” 10.4 (Jun 1947)
  • “Soft Midnight of Summer” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Waddington, Ruth

  • “To Asil” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 26

Wagar, Pauline E.

  • “Anniversary Services” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 28

Wales, Anna Letitia

  • “Frost Patterns” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 33
  • “My Hands are Smooth as Polished Wood” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 32
  • “Breakfast Trio” 12.3 (Mar 1949): 9
  • “Blight” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Wales, Julia Grace

  • “Laborare est Orare” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 32
  • “Sand” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 44
  • “The Muse” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 44
  • “Autumn Rain” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 38
  • “Storm Wind” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 19
  • “Autumn Meditation” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Walker, Olive

  • “To the Idealists” 5.2 (Dec 1940): 44

Wallace, Lees

  • “England 1940” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 29

Wallis, Eleanor Glenn

  • “Journey into Death” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 21
  • “The Lane Changes” 13.4 (Summer 1950)
  • “Silver Tabby” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Warr, B. H.*

  • “Enchantment” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 31

Watson, P. P.

  • “Cast Down Your Nets and Leave Them, Anthony” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 47
  • “Old Man At His Door” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 48

Weekes, Mary

  • “Indian Boy At Fair” 8.1 (Sep 1944): 29

Weeks, Doris Cone

  • “Peter Brueghel” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “EI Greco” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Semantics” 12.4 (Summer 1949)
  • “Front Page” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Wensley, Amelia

  • “What Shall I Give To One I Love” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 46
  • “A Prairie Horse” 6.3 (Oct 1942): 26
  • “Saskatchewan Lad” 10.1 (Sep 1946): 22
  • “Plea for an Escapist” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Westacott, Florence Elizabeth

  • “Earth-Bound” 1.3 (Jul 1936): 37
  • “Nocturne” 2.3 (Dec 1937): 55
  • “On a Snapshot of a Young Egyptian Soldier” 4.4 (May 1940): 25
  • “Gulls” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 32
  • “Chinese Fairy Tale Legend” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 39
  • “Stefan Zweig” 7.1 (Aug 1943): 21
  • “The Sleeping Giant of Thunder Bay” 7.3 (Mar 1944): 13
  • “Legend” 8.2 (Dec 1944): 17
  • “In Memoriam (Sir C. G. D. Roberts)” 8.3 (Mar 1945): 16
  • “The Harpsichord Player” 9.2 (Dec 1945): 26
  • “Gargoyles” 9.4 (Jun 1946): 28
  • “Opposite Point Levis, Quebec” 12.1 (Sep 1948)
  • “Thousand Islands” 12.4 (Summer 1949)

Wetherald, Agnes Ethelwyn

  • “Homer Watson” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 33
  • “Of One who said his Name was Writ in Water” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 32
  • “These Shall Persist” 3.2 (Oct 1938): 14
  • “A Wish” 4.4 (May 1940): 35

Wickenden, Helen Slack

  • “Villager” 4.1 (Jul 1939): 35

Wilcox, Artemis

  • “Ukrainian Easter Egg” 9.3 (Mar 1946): 24

Wilkinson, Anne

  • Two poems- “I” (Dec 1946): 30
  • “II” 10.2 (Dec 1946): 31
  • “Dissection” 11.2 (Dec 1947)
  • “Enemies” 11.4 (Jun 1948)

Williams, Flos Jewell

  • “Gods Against Men” 2.1 (Jun 1937): 52

Williams, Margaret

  • “Lo! From The Tears Of Yesterday” 1.4 (Mar 1937): 37

Wilson, Ann

  • “Little Things” 4.2 (Oct 1939): 44

Wilton, Margaret Harvey

  • “Night Shall Pass” 6.4 (Mar 1943): 21
  • “They Loved England” 8.4 (Jun 1945): 35
  • “With The Beauty of that Hour” 13.4 (Summer 1950)

Wood, Audrey St. Denis [Audrey St. Denys Wood]

  • “Passing Show” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 19
  • “Symphony” 1.1 (Jan 1936): 19

Wood, H. W.*

  • “Elegy” 11.2 (Dec 1947)

Woodrow, Constance Davies

  • “Afterthought” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 55

Woods, Margaret Ross

  • “The Admiral Stands!” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 37

Woodworth, Mary

  • “Linger, O Harshest Season of the Year” 4.4 (May 1940): 24
  • “Far Waters” 5.1 (Sep 1940): 37
  • “Spring on the Shubenacadie” 5.4 (Aug 1941): 32

Woodworth, Mary I.

  • “Reprieve” 1.2 (Apr 1936): 14
  • “Storm” 2.2 (Oct 1937): 58
  • “The Garden” 2.4 (Apr 1938): 28

Young, Juliet

  • “The Deceiver” 6.1 (Dec 1941): 27

Young, Nacella

  • “Protest” 13.5 (Autumn 1950)
  • “Without a Dream” 13.6 (Winter 1950)

Zieman, F.

  • “Between the Tall Trees” 11.4 (Jun 1948)
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12 thoughts on “Index of Female Contributors to The Canadian Poetry Magazine, 1936-1950”

  1. Enid Davidge said:

    A H Lambden was my grandfather. His name is Arthur Horace Lambden and he wrote scads of poetry and philosophical essays. He also was a brilliant artist, draftsman and theologian ( and a wonderful grandparent). If you want a ton of info on this 20th century Da Vinci please contact my father, David W. Lambden at lambden.david@gmail.com.

  2. Karyn Huenemann said:

    Thank you! We will remove MR. Lambden from our list, and send his name on to another more appropriate project.

  3. Interested to find my mother here…Rusby, Evelyn Craig

    I have two of her self published books of poetry

  4. please also note, my mother, Evelyn Craig Rusby, besides being a prolific poet, was also a concert pianist who played on Radio Canada (CBC) and at Massey Hall in the 1930-40’s, although I can not find anything on the internet regarding this. She also played on Radio Colombia in South America (Bogota) during the period 1949-1951.

  5. Bill Parsons said:

    Vivian Lajeunesse Parsons was listed as a potential contributor but she was French Canadian whose family lived in Iron Mountain Michigan. She was a novel (2) and poetry author. She died in 1950 and was not Canadian born.

    • Thanks so much for this! I will take her off our list. Interested to know what the French Canadian connection was, if she was not born in Canada and lived in MI, though. Do you (as, I assume a descendent) know more of her story?

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