Consciousness, Literature and the Arts
Per K. Brask is a Professor in the Department of Theatre and Film at the University of Winnipeg, where he has taught since 1982.
His creative writing, essays and translations have appeared in Anthropologica, Border Crossings, Canadian Folklore, Canadian Theatre Review, C.G. Jung Page, Contemporary Verse 2, Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, Danish Literary Magazine, Descant, Ecotone, Event, Eleven Eleven, Grain, Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, The Literary Review, Malahat Review, Modern International Drama, NeWest Review, Nexus, Performing Arts Journal, Poetica, Poetry Canada Review, Poet Magazine, Poetry Kanto, Poetry Wales, Prairie Fire, The Philosophers' Magazine, Quarterly Review, Rhubarb Magazine and Zygote.
In book form: Power/lessness (monologues, Turnstone Chapbooks,1987), Duets (short stories, with George Szanto, Coteau, 1989), DramaContemporary: Scandinavia (plays, ed., PAJ, 1989), Double Danish (short stories, ed. and trans., Cormorant, 1991), Aboriginal Voices: Amerindian, Inuit and Sami Theatre (essays, plays and interviews, ed. with William Morgan, Johns Hopkins UP, 1992), God's Blue Morris: A Selection of Poems by Niels Hav (ed. and trans. with Patrick Friesen, Crane Editions, 1993), Contemporary Issues in Canadian Theatre and Drama (essays, ed. Blizzard Publishing, 1995), Essays on Kushner's Angels (ed. Blizzard Publishing, 1995), The Woods by Klaus Høeck (poems, trans. with Patrick Friesen, Crane Editions, 1998), Seven Canons (plays by Canadian women ed. with Martin Bragg and Roy Surrette, Playwrights Canada Press, 2000), Two Plays by Ulla Ryum (trans. Adler & Ringe, 2001), A Sudden Sky: Selected poems by Ulrikka S. Gernes (ed. and trans. with Patrick Friesen, Brick Books, 2001), We Are Here, a collection of poems by Niels Hav (ed. and trans. with Patrick Friesen, Book Thug, 2006), Copenhagen, a collection of short stories by Katrine Marie Guldager (trans., Book Thug, 2009), Performing Consciousness (ed. with Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe, Cambridge Scholars Publsihing, 2010), A Spectator, a collection of ekphrastic poems (Fictive Press, 2012), Above Palm Canyon and Other Places in the Mind, poems, (Fictive Press, 2013), Foundational Thoughts in Judaism by Andreas Simonsen (ed. and trans. Fictive Press, 2014), The Laws of Life by Andreas Simonsen (ed. and trans. Fictive Press, 2015), Frayed Opus for Strings and Wind Instruments, a collection of poems by Ulrikka S. Gernes (trans. with Patrick Friesen, Brick Books, 2015, shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize, 2016), The Tzaddik and Other Poems (Fictive Press, 2016), and The Foundation of Ethics by Andreas Simonsen (ed. and trans., Fictive Press, 2017).