Rose and the Puritan. Fredericton, NB, the University of New Brunswick,
Darkness in the Earth. Fureka, CA, Hearse Press, 1959. (poetry)
in a Rocky Country. Toronto: Emblem Books, 1961. (poetry)
the Ice. Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1961. (poetry)
Things Which Are. Toronto: Contact Press, 1962. (poetry)
Wine and Salt. Toronto: Clarke Irwin, 1967. (poetry)
at Indian River. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1963. (short stories)
New Brunswick Poets: Elizabeth Brewster, Fred Cogswell, Robert
Gibbs, Alden Nowlan, Kay Smith. Fredericton, NB, Fiddlehead, 1962.
for Voices: Al Purdy, Margaret Atwood, John Newlove, Phyllis Gotlids,
Fan Marshall, Alden Nowlan, Toronto, CBC, 1970.
- Selected Poems, Toronto, Ontario, House of Ananse Press Ltd., 1996 (poetry)
- White Madness, Ottawa, Ontario, Oheron Press, 1996 (Newspaper columns)
- Road Dancers, Ottawa, Ontario, Oheron Press, 1999 (newspaper columns)
- Between Tears and Laughter, Great Britain, Bloodaxe Books Ltd., 2004 (poetry)
- Alden Nowlan and Illness, Victoria, BC, Frog Hollow Press, 2004, (poetry)
Mysterious Naked Man, Toronto, Clarke, Irwin, 1969. (poetry)
Black Plastic Button and a Yellow Yoyo, Toronto, Charles Pachter,
the Jesus Game, Trumansburg, NY, New/Books, 1970. (poetry)
Tears and Laughter, Toronto, Clarke, Irwin, 1971. (poetry)
Persons Named Kevin O'Brien. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1973. (novel)
a Stranger Here Myself. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1974. (poetry)
by This Land. Fredericton, NB, Brunswick Press, 1974 (with artist
Tom Forrestall). (poetry)
The Outer Island. Toronto, Clarke, Irwin, 1975. (history)
Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1976, (with Walter Learning), (edited
and abridged version of the Mary Shelly novel)
Glass. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1977. (poetry)
Exposure, Fredericton, NB, Brunswick Press, 1978. (essays)
Incredible Murder of Cardinal Tosca. Fredericton, NB, Learning
Productions Ltd., 1978. (play)
Might Not Tell Everybody This. Toronto, Clarke, Irwin, 1982 (poetry)
Gardens of the Wind. Saskatoon, SK: Thistledown Press, 1982. (poetry)
Poems. Fredericton, Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1983. (poetry)
Legends. Hantsport, NS: Lancelot Press, 1983. (stories)
Ye Let the Mummers In? Toronto: Irwin Publishing Inc., 1984. (stories)
Exchange of Gifts. Toronto: Irwin Publishing Inc., 1985. (poetry)
Wanton Troopers, Fredericton, NB: Goose Lane Editions Ltd., 1988.
Happened When He Went to the Store for Bread. St. Paul, MN: Nineties
Press, 1993. (poetry)
Best of Alden Nowlan, Hartsport, NS: Lancelot Press, 1993. (poetry)
published in all major Canadian magazines, including Maclean's.
Saturday Night, Financial Post, Weekend Magazine, Atlantic Advocate,
Atlantic Insight, Regular columnist for The Atlantic Advocate,
Fredericton, NB, and The Telegraph-Journal. Saint John, NB.
The Man Who Became God (at Theatre New Brunswick, Centaur Theatre,
Vancouver Playhouse and others - with Walter Learning - stage
play), premiere in 1974.
Dollar Woman (with Walter Learning - stage play at Theatre New
Brunswick and CBC Radio drama), premiere in 1977.
Incredible Murder of Cardinal Tosca (stage play, later adapted
for CBC Radio - at Theatre New Brunswick, the St. Lawrence Centre,
and elsewhere - with Walter Learning). 1978.
Circle (with Walter Learning - CBC Television), 1978.
Runaways (with Walter Learning - CBC Television), 1979.
on Earth and Jack of Hearts (with Walter Learning - CBC Television),
Svengali (with Walter Learning - CBC Radio), January 1983.
has given public readings of his poetry in every province of Canada,
and in the United States. His poems have been recorded on an LP,
Alden Nowlan's Maritimes, issued by the Canadian Broadcasting
poems have been translated into French, Spanish, Russian, Roumanian,
and Flemish, and have been published in France, Great Britain,
Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Roumania, Israel, India, Argentina,
Belgium and Mexico, as well as in the United States.
of the plays written in collaboration with Walter Learning are
available in acting editions from Dramatic Publishing Corporation,
Woodstock, IL: The Incredible Murder of Cardinal Tosca and Frankenstein,
The Man Who Became God.
Who in America, 39th and 40th Editions.
Canadian Who's Who.
Who's Who of Authors and Writers.
Dictionary of Biography.
Who's Who in Poetry.
Progress, The Development of Alden Nowlan's Poetry, by Michael
Brian Oliver, Fredericton, Fiddlehead Books, 1978.
Nowlan and His Works, Michael Oliver, ECW Press, Toronto: ECW
Courtesy of Kent Nason