"Border Crossings: The Fiction of
Janette Turner Hospital" by Charlotte Zöe Walker in The Georgia Review. Fall 2014. pp. 578-85.
Conference on the work of JTH at Australian Studies
Centre, Univ. of London, UK,
May 1997; monograph of the proceedings of the conference, incl.
her public lecture on Christina Stead and of papers given on her
work, ed Selina Samuels, publ. Univ. of London, 1997.
Contact the Sir Robert Menzies Centre for Australian
Studies, University of London http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/menzies/publications/
Introduction to Virago Modern Classics edition
By Helen Daniel. (London: Virago, 1990)
M.A. thesis on BORDERLINE, by Cristina Pausini
University of Bologna, Italy, 1990
LINQ Magazine, Vol 17, No. 1, 1990
Special Issue: Janette Turner Hospital
Dept of English, Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia
Article by Elspeth Cameron in Saturday Night
(Toronto), April 1986
"Recent Australian Writing: Janette Turner Hospital's BORDERLINE
and Dono Kim's THE CHINAMAN" by Michael Wilding.
In Working Papers in Australian Studies, Australian Studies
Centre, U. London, l988.
A Reader's Guide to the Canadian Novel by
2nd edition. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, l987. pp. 181-87
"The Commonplace of Foreignness: the fictions
of Janette Turner Hospital" by Sabrina Achilles, in Editions,
Sydney, Nov. l989. pp. 9-11
"Beautiful Travellers: Notes on Postmodern
Fiction" by Silvia Albertazzi,
in Commonwealth, ed. J.P. Durix. Dijon, France, l989. pp.
"Disjointed Lives" by Elizabeth Neild,
in Women's Review of Books, Vol VI, Nos 10-11, July 1989.
Coral Ann Howells: Private and Fictional Worlds:
Canadian Women Novelists of the 1970s and 1980s. (London &
NY: Methuen, l987); Chapter 6, pp.106-138
"Composing the Photograph: Anita Brookner
vs. Janette Turner Hospital"
in Mimesis, Magic, Manipulation: A Study of the Photograph in
Contemporary British and Canadian Novels, by Deborah Bowen.
PhD thesis, University of Ottawa, 1989.
Deborah Bowen: "Borderline magic: Janette
Turner Hospital and transfiguration by photography." In Studies
in Canadian Literature.
"Charades: Searching for Father Time: Memory
and the Uncertainty Principle" by Sue Gillett,
in New Literatures Review (Australia), No. 21. Summer 1991,
Elspeth Cameron: "Janette Turner Hospital"
in Jeffrey M. Heath, series editor: Profiles in Canadian Literature,
(Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1991), pp. 123-130.
Alistair Stead: “The Improprieties of Janette
Turner Hospital: Strategic Punning in Borderline and Charades”
in Borderblur: Poetry and Poetics in Contemporary Canadian Literature,
edited by Shirley Chew and Lynette Hunter, (Edinburgh: Quadriga
Sue Lovell: "Janette
Turner Hospital's The Last Magician: A feminist's nightmare?"