“Foremothers: Four Modernist Women Poets From the West
Coast”, essay by Carolyn Zonailo, Wider Boundaries of
Daring, anthology, edited by Di Brandt and Barbara Goddard.
“Homemade Borsch”, essay by Carolyn Zonailo, Letters
to My Sisters, anthology, edited by Connie Jones.
“The Triangle of Love: Eros, Psyche, and Poetry”,
essay and panel presentation by Carolyn Zonailo, Feminist Caucus,
The League of Canadian Poets, Montreal, QC, Canada, June 2004.
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Fight Fire With Spirit: Selected & New Poems, in-progress.
A selection from the poetry of Carolyn
Zonailo written between 1990 and 2005. Poems in this collection
are taken from the work written by CZ since she has lived in Montreal,
QC, and include poems from five books and chapbooks of poetry.
Also features new, unpublished poems that reflect the world in
the 21st Century.
O Tongue, O Bone, forthcoming, 2010.
A collection of four long mytho-political
poems by Carolyn Zonailo. These ambitious and accomplished poems
synthesize poetry, art, politics, myth, contemporary consciousness.
“Winter” was published in chapbook form, Morgaine
House, 1998; “Spring: Birth of the Masculine” is an
online chapbook, www.coraclepress.com,
2003; “Summer” and “The Fall” are unpublished
new long poems.
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The Land of Motionless Childhood, in-progress.
A memoir of short stories by Carolyn
Zonailo about growing up in Vancouver, and her Doukhobor heritage.
These are stories that revisit childhood, viewing the world from
a perspective of innocence. Exquisitely crafted stories, full
of detail, psychological and historical flavour.
The Letter Z: On Women & Writing, in-progress.
A non-fiction collection from the
writing of Carolyn Zonailo, elucidating her poetic influences,
the growth and development of poetic technique, and the creative
life of a woman poet. Includes journal and notebook essays, literary
essays, and articles.