About the Book

Woods Wolf Girl and Red Riding Hood

Cornelia Hoogland opens up about the fairy tale origins of her latest book.

“On February 8th, 2011, Robert Kline sat down with London, ON poet Cornelia Hoogland to discuss the ways memories inform the poems in her recent book, Woods Wolf Girl (Wolsak & Wynn, 2011).”

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Review of Woods Wolf Girl

A review by Cornelia Hoogland focusing on the Canadian elements of the Red Riding Hood story.

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Notes on Cover Artist Kiki Smith

The cover art of Hoogland’s book Woods Wolf Girl (Wolsak andWynn, 2011), features “Born”, a 2002 work from American artist Kiki Smith.

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The Wolf in Red Riding Hood

Cornelia Hoogland discusses the role of the wolf in Red Riding Hood. Who is he? Is he good? Is he bad? How is he bad?

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