Includes:"Lizzie Borden Took an Ax": Enacting Blood Relations by Madonne Miner (1986)(Im)possible Worlds: The Plays of Sharon Pollock by Denis Salter (1989)Musings of a Political Playwright: A Conversation with Sharon Pollock by Pat Quigley (1990)Dead or Alive? Feeling the Pulse of Canadian Theatre by Sharon Pollock (1991)Reflections of a Female Artistic Director by Sharon Pollock (1992)Theatre by Default: Sharon Pollock's Garry Theatre by Rita Much (1995)Daddy's Girls: Father-Daughter Incest and Canadian Plays by Women by Jerry Wasserman (1995)Borderline Crossings in Sharon Pollock's Out-Law Genres: Blood Relations and Doc by Rosalind Kerr (1996)"Painting the Background": Metadrama and the Fabric of History in Sharon Pollock's Blood Relations by Herb Wyile (1997)"Women and Madness": Sharon Pollock's Plays of the Late 1980s and Early 1990s by Craig S. Walker (2000)Sharon Pollock: Transfiguring the Maternal by Cynthia Zimmerman (2001)Staging the Intersections of Time in Sharon Pollock's Doc, Moving Pictures, and End Dream by Anne Nothof (2001)Imagining Canada: Sharon Pollock's Walsh and Fair Liberty's Call by Sherrill Grace (2003)Appropriated Voice in Sharon Pollock's Angel's Trumpet by Anne Nothof (2004)Indigenous Women Living Beyond the Grave: From Pollock to Pechawis by Michelle La Flamme (2007)Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English sets out to make the best critical and scholarly work in the field readily available. The series publishes the work of scholars and critics who have traced the coming-into-prominence of a vibrant theatrical community in English Canada. Herb Wyile Cynthia Zimmerman
Sherrill Grace is Professor of English and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of British Columbia. She specializes in Canadian literature and culture and her most recent books include Canada and the Idea of North (2001; 2007), Inventing Tom Thomson (2004), and Theatre & AutoBiography (2006), co-edited with Jerry Wasserman. She has just published Making Theatre: A Life of Sharon Pollock (2008) and is doing research for a book on Canadian representations of war. She is the winner of the 2008 Canada Council Killam Prize in Humanities.