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Books that I have authored ou co-authored or those for which I have assumed the direction of the collective or been part of a collective of less than 10 authors.

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All texts* on this Web site, signed by Janick Belleau, are available to Internauts... as long as, in all reproduction, written or verbal, the name of the author and the source are quoted.

* The word "texts" comprises feature articles, reviews, interviews, presentations, poems, prose, etc.

Note written on November 8, 2016 but applicable for all texts.

Women of influence

Toscana, a private garden

feature articles … by their books

1986. Winter. Contemporary Verse 2, Winnipeg

Direction by Jan Horner. Communication by JB: Women Writers’ Contribution to Language.

Abstract: Gertrude Stein, Marguerite Duras, Denise Boucher, Nicole Brossard have adapted the language to their Being or have defined and polished a language which is their own. Re/claim the language.

Translation from French by Adena Franz.

1983. August. HERizons Magazine, Winnipeg

Remarks collected at the time of the Conference Les femmes et les mots / Women and Words held on the campus of University of British Columbia (UBC) in July. Selected excerpts of French presentations by three lecturers: Louky Bersianik (Written in the feminine), Nicole Brossard (The lesbian writing) and Louise Cotnoir (The writing of women). Read complete article on the French side of this website.

The same issue also features two articles in English: Adena Franz, A new writing of body ; Debbie Holmberg-Schwartz, Giving birth to creativity

feature articles … by their words – interviews granted to me while studying, as a adult, at the University of Ottawa:

1979. A Quebec lesbian writer, Jeanne d­'Arc Jutras

1978. A French feminist writer, Marie Cardinal

1978. A professor of Religious Sciences, Elisabeth Lacelle

1978. A professor of XVIIIth century French Literature, Marie-Laure Swiderski

1977. A professor of Philosophy, Naomi Scheman