Published Titles 

Fiction

"Excerpt from Letters Home (now News from the Front)." White Water Journal 8.1 (1998): 18-20.    

"Some Sweet Place."  White Water Journal 3.1 (1993): 8.

"Spring Fevers." Skylines 2.2 (1984): 2-11. 


















"Lost." Sulphur 1.2 (2012): 53 - 61.

"Lost." FDU Anthology (2017).

Non-fiction

Rev. of You Have Time for This: Contemporary American Short-Short Stories  "Editors Choices." TLRWEB. http://www.theliteraryreview.org/TLRWEBIssue4final.pdf. (2008).

"Do my impulses to write and garden compare?"  Imagination in Action: thoughts on creativity. Ed. Carol Malyon. Toronto: The Mercury Press. (2007). 74-78.    

"recent 2d works." White Water Journal 7.1 (1997). 10.

















​"Figurative Paintings Evoke Narrative" White Water Journal 7.2 (1997) 25. 

"Travelling by Chance: Waylaid on the way to Kentucky."  The Globe and Mail June 21, 1986: E5.
                
"Villa and falls in Bracebridge add interest to autumn tour." The Globe and Mail  September 1985: T.  "Monument to an American dream." The Globe and Mail  Apr 6, 1985: T 7. 














"New cruise ships offer trips on the Trent." Toronto Star July 2, 1983: C3.
"Rhubarb." Natural Life Magazine 19 1980: 28.
                                                       
Poetry

"Winter Holiday," "Archives of the Mind." Words and Images W.K.P. Kennedy Gallery February - March 1996.  

Radio

"Railroads at the Turn of the Century." Ontario Historical Society broadcast on CHAY FM 93.1, June 15, 1990.   
                                               
Edited Titles 

Calcaterra, Nikoline.  Saucy Side of Life. Ed. Janet Calcaterra. North Bay: 2009. 














Illustration by Christine Charette & Sarah Jane Valiquette, photos by Jen Milne

Education Symposium  Ed. Dr. David Marshall and Janet Calcaterra. North Bay: Nipissing University, 1986.

Skiltec Women. Ed. Janet Calcaterra. North Bay: Skiltec: Women into Non-traditional Trades,  August, 1986.

The Temiskaming Food Cooperative Newsletter. Ed. Janet Calcaterra. North Bay:  The Temiskaming Food Cooperative, July, 1981. 
                                                   
                                                  . . .  March, 1981.