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JANINE CANAN’s first book of poems, Of Your Seed, was published in 1977, thanks in part to the National Endowment for the Arts. Since that time, the poet has authored 18 books of poetry, translations, essays and stories.
In 1989, Canan edited the acclaimed anthology She Rises like the Sun: Invocations of the Goddess by Contemporary American Women Poets, illustrated by Mayumi Oda. “One of the best books to come from the women’s spirituality movement” according to Booklist, it received the 1990 Koppelman Award. A decade later, Canan compiled the posthumous poems of avant-garde, anarcha-feminist contributor Lynn Lonidier in The Rhyme of the Ag-ed Mariness.
Janine’s selected spiritual inspirations from the Indian humanitarian Mata Amritanandamayi, known and loved around the world as “the hugging saint,” is today published by Random House in the USA, as well as in Italy and India. Messages from Amma: In the Language of the Heart was a “Best Spiritual Book” and Kiriyami Prize nominee in 2004.
Canan’s widely praised translation of the Jewish German poet Else Lasker-Schüler (1868—1945), Star in My Forehead—an American Bookseller Association, City Lights Books and Small Press Review pick—appeared in 2000, and in 2009 some of her translations were set to music by American composer Richard Pearson Thomas. A translation by Canan of the contemporaneous French poet of the Pyrenees, Francis Jammes, appeared in Melbourne in 2010, in a volume entitled Under the Azure with a preface by the poet’s granddaughter. Australian singer Kavisha has composed songs to Canan’s translations.
Janine has published seven books of her own poetry, most recently Changing Woman (with three award-winning poems) in 2000 and In the Palace of Creation: Selected Works 1969—1999 (with artwork by Meagan Shapiro). The Columbian poet Manuel Cortés-Castañeda is translating into Spanish a collection of Canan’s poetry scheduled for publication in 2011.
Janine has also written a unique collection of stories, Journeys with Justine (including two Longstoryshort “Stories of the Month”), illustrated by Cristina Biaggi; a collection of cultural and autobiographical essays entitled Goddesses, Goddesses; and Walk Now in Beauty: The Legend of Changing Woman, with sand paintings by Ernest Posey, released in a second tri-lingual, English-Spanish-Japanese edition in 2010.
Over several decades, Canan’s work has appeared in hundreds of journals and anthologies, including collections by Andrei Codrescu, June Cotner, Andrew Harvey, James Laughlin, and WeMoon. It received the Sacred Feminine Award in 2009. It has been praised in reviews in Amazon.com, American Jewish World, The Baltimore Sun, Booklist, Goddessing, Lilith Magazine, Samadhi Yoga, Spirituality & Health, Spirituality & Practice, Midwest Review of Books, Melbourne’s Readings Newsletter, San Francisco Review of Books and Women’s Review of Books.
Formerly poetry editor for Awakened Woman, Janine currently serves on the editorial board of Ochre: Journal of Women’s Spirituality. She has given countless readings, and occasional workshops, throughout the United States from Stanford to the Smithsonian, in France and Greece, on radio and television. Her works have been translated into Spanish, Italian, French, and Japanese. Her papers are housed in the University of Iowa’s Special Collections, and her books in the University of California at Berkeley Bancroft Collection.
Janine Canan resides in the Valley of the Moon in California, where she is a practicing psychiatrist. She graduated from Stanford University cum laude and from New York University School of Medicine. She is a passionate champion of women’s equality, and a devoted follower of Mata Amritanandamayi. For further information, please visit JanineCanan.com
Updated by Janine Canan December 2010.
This collection consists of manuscripts, anthologized works, books, and literary
correspondence. An addendum containing manuscripts was added in 2007.
manuscripts, anthologized works, books, and literary correspondence. An addendum containing manuscripts was added in 2007.
were given to the University of Iowa Libraries by Janine Canan in
January 2005 and ongoing.
Janine Canan in January 2005
to Internet: J anuary
The following b
The following books have been cataloged for the Libraries collections:
Of Your Seed (Oyez, 1977)
The Hunger (Oyez, 1979)
Who Buried the Breast of Dreams (Emily Dickinson Press, 1981)
Daughter (Emily Dickinson Press, 1981)
Shapes of Self (Emily Dickinson Press, 1982)
Her Magnificent Body: New & Selected Poems (ManRoot, 1986)
She Rises like the Sun: Invocations of the Goddess by Contemporary American Women Poets (The Crossing, 1989). Main and Special Collections xPS595.G54S48 1989.
Fine China (Earth's Daughters, 1993)
Goddess Poems (Sagittarius Press), 1997
Love, Enter (Open Bone Press, 1998)
Changing Woman (Scars, 2000)
Star in My Forehead: Selected Poems by Else Lasker-Schueler (Holy Cow!, 2000). Main and Special Collections xPT2623.A76A23 2000.
The Rhyme of the Ag-ed Mariness: Last Poems of Lynn Lonidier (Station Hill, 2000). Main and Special Collections xPS3562.O535R49 2001.
In the Palace of Creation: Selected Works 1969—1999 (Scars Publications, 2003)
Messages from Amma: In the Language of the Heart (Celestial Arts, 2004)
Fovever in Love (Andrews McMeel, 2006)
Goddesses, Goddesses (Regent Press, 2007)
Journeys With Justine (Regent Press, 2007)
Miracles of Motherhood (Center Street, 2007)
Oakland Out Loud (Jukebox Press, 2007)
Walk Now in Beauty (Regent Press, 2007)
Box Contents List
Broadsides and booklets:
“And I Release You” (2 copies)
“Dear Body” (with drawing by Cornelia Schulz)
“Revelations from Thalheim”
Unnamed booklet of poetry
Greeting Cards with photos by E.E.
”Forest Temple” (photographs by Elyse Ebright)
“The Golden Arrow”
“It’s Her Birthday"
American Poets Say Goodbye to the 20th Century, edited by Andrei Codrescu and Laura Rosenthal
Animal Blessings: Prayers and Poems Celebrating Our Pets, edited by June Cotner
Anthology of Underground Poetry #12, #15, edited by Herman Berlandt
Collected Poems: Marrowstone Poets & Friends, edited by Pat Britt
Comfort Prayers, edited by June Cotner
Contemporary Authors #181, edited by Joyce Nakamura
Detours II: Fiction of Travel by Land, Air, Sea, and Mind, edited by Chris Goodwin and Bob Roberts
The Divine Feminine: Exploring the Feminine Face of God Around the World, edited by Andrew Harvey and Anne Baring
Everyday Blessings: A Year of Inspiration, Comfort,and Gratitude. Edited by June Cotner. 2006 calendar
From the Realm of the Ancestors: An Anthology in Honor of Marija Gimbutas, edited by Joan Marler
Get Well Wishes: Prayers, Poems and Blessings, edited by June Cotner
Hard Love: Writings on Violence & Intimacy, edited by Elizabeth Claman
Heal Your Soul, Heal the World, edited by June Cotner
Her Words: An Anthology of Poetry About the Great Goddess, edited by Burleigh Muten
In the Footsteps of the Goddess: Personal Stories, edited by Cristina Biaggi
It’s All the Rage: Poems about Suicide and Its Alternatives
The Largeness the Small is Capable Of, edited by Crag Hill
Least Loved Beasts of the Really Wild West: A Tribute,edited by Terril L. Shorb and Yvette A. Schnoeker Shorb
Loving Frank. Horan, Nancy
Mirror Mirror: Reflections on the Way We Look , edited by Isabel Duke
Mirrors of Silver, Mirrors of Lead: Stories by Women, edited by Georgianna Bowley
Box 2 Anthologies, cont.
New Directions 42: An International Anthology of Poetry & Prose, edited by James Laughlin
New England Poetry Engagement Book, 1983
New Lesbian Writing: An Anthology, edited by Margaret Cruikshank
The New Poet’s Anthology, edited by the Cherryable Brothers
Of Frogs & Toads: Poems & Short Prose Featuring Amphibians, edited by Jill Carpenter
Pocket Prayers. Edited by June Cotner
Pointing Outwards, edited by Peter Dale Scott (2 copies)
Practising Angels: A Contemporary Anthology of San Francisco Bay Area Poetry, edited by Michael Mayo
Prayers to Protest: Poems that Center & Bless Us, edited by Jennifer Bosveld
The Queen of Myself: Stepping into Sovereignty in Midlife, edited by Donna Henes
Return of the Goddess Engagement Calendar, 1998, 1999 & 2000, edited by Burleigh Muten
San Diego Poet’s Press III, edited by Kathleen Iddings
Sirius Verse: Poetry for and about the Dogs in Your Life, edited by Bradley Strahan and Shirley Sullivan
State of Peace: The Women Speak, edited by Natasha Borovsky, et al
Thus Spake the Corpse: An Exquisite Corpse Reader 1988—1998 (Volume I), edited by Andrei Codrescu & Laura Rosenthal
To Honor a Teacher, edited by Jeff Spoden
Torture & Triumph, Collection II. CD, 2001
Trial Flights, 1937--1957, 1962
Box 3 Anthologies, cont.
Up Late: American Poetry Since 1970, edited by Andrei Codrescu
Urgent Care for the World, edited by Jennifer Bosveld
A Watch of Angels: Violetta Books 1996 Poetry Anthology, edited by Kathleen Gilbert
We’Moon Gaia Calendar, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006. 2007
We’ Moon on the Wall, 2001, 2005, 2007
We Speak for Peace: An Anthologoy, edited by Ruth Jacobs
Where We Find Ourselves
Wishing You Well. By June Cotner
WomanPrayers: Prayers by Women from Throughout History and Around the World, edited by Mary Ford-Gabrowsky
Women Celebrate the Gift in Every Moment, edited by Elizabeth Welles
The Acorn: A Journal of the Western Sierra. #13, 1996
Along the Path. II:4, 1996; III:3 & 4, 1997; IV:1 & 2, 1997, 1998
Alternative Harmonies. I:1, 3, 4, 1997—1998; III:1, 2000
Angel Face. #1, Spring 2005
Aporia. I:1—3, 1987—1988; II:2, 1988
Awakened Woman. 2003
The Aurorean: A Poetic Quarterly. IV:1, 1998—1999
Berkeley Works. #1, 1982; #4, 1985
The Bloomsbury Review. XIX:4, 1999
California Quarterly. #2, 1972
Caprice. March 1990 (2 volumes), November 1990, July 1991, April 1996, 1997 (September 1996) , S/2001, 2003; Spring 2005
Carbuncle. #3, 1991
Colorado North Review. #32, #33
Conditions. #7, 1981
Convolvulus. #10, 1994
The Creative Woman Quarterly., VII:1, 1984
Crone Chronicles: A Journal of Conscious Aging. #33, 1997
Color Wheel. #16, 1998
Collage: Sonoma Valley Arts, News & Happenings, Vol.4:18, 2001
Cypress Review. 1981, 1983, 1984
Daughters of Nyx. #1 and 3, 1994
Day Tonight/Night Today. #12, 1982; #18, 1984
Deepest Valley Review. #3, 1984
Deserted Times, 1970
Earth’s Daughters. #22, 1984
Exquisite Corpse. 5:6—8, 1987; 8:1—4, 1990; #33, 1991; #35, 1992; #56, 1996; #57, 1996
Focus. March 1981, July 1982 , September 1982
Free Verse. 2002
Friendly Woman. II:6 & 7, 1994
The Gentle Survivalist #55, 1996
Goddessing Regenerated. #9, 1998; #10, 1999; #12 and #13, 2000; #16, 2003
Heart & Wings.Winter 1996-97
The Higher Source: A Guide to the Healing Arts. February 1998
Isthmus. #1, 1972
It’s about Time: Writers’ Reading Series. #98, 1997
Box 5 Journals, cont.
Kalliope: A Journal of Women’s Art. V:@, 1983; VIII:1 & 2, 1986; XV: 3, 1993; XVIII: 2, 1996; XXI:2, 1999; XXII:1, 2000; XXIII:2, 2001; XXIII:3/XXIV:1, 2002
Kavindra. #31, 1993
The Kerf. 1996
The Kore. #5, 1994
The Leader (Port Townsend ). March 1993
Luna. Spring 1999
Manhattan Poetry Review. #6, 1985
Minotaur #4, 1988; #12, 1987; #12, 1989; #13, 1988; #24, 1991; #27, 1992; #31, 1996; #40, 2003; #41, 2004
Mosaic: A Jewish Literary Magazine. 33, 1994
No Apologies: A Magazine of Gay Writing. 33, 1984
Obligatory Hug Newsletter.VII:2, 1986
Of the People.III:1, 1996
Our Lady of the Rosary: Catholic Parish Fairfield
The Open Bone. W & Special/1998
The Pagan Meadow. June 2003
Pandora: A Literary Magazine. Fall 1982
Pangolin Papers. II:1, 1995; IV:1, 1997
Phoenix Rising. Spring 1995; W/1996
People’s Organic Foods Coop. News. April 2001
Poetalk: Bay Area Poets Coalition. XX:9 and 10, 1997; XXI:7 and 8, 1998
Poetry USA. V: 3, 1990; #23 , 1991
Potato Eyes: Poetry, Fiction, Reviews, Art. #14, 1997
Pudding Magazine. #8, 1983; #33, 1997
Rebirth of Artemis. #4, 1985
Red Coral Grotto. 2001
San Francisco Chronicle. August 26, 1990
Sarasvati: A Magazine by Women for Everyone. #5, 1998
Sistersong: Women across Cultures, IV:1, 1997
Sonoma Mandala. #16, 1989/1990
The Spiritual Sanctuary. 2003
Suisun Valley Review. Spring 1982
Surprise Me. I:3, 1995
Synapse (University of California, San Francisco). February 1976; Winter 1995 (No.9)
Talking Raven: Journal of Imaginative Trouble. IV:2, 1994
Temenos. 1:1, 2000
The Temple. 1:4, 1997
Thesmophoria., V:6, 9984; V:7, 9984; VI:6, 9985; VI:8, 9985, VII:6, 9986; VII:7, 9986
Tight. III: 2 and 3, V:1, VII:4, VIII: 1
Tree. #3, 1972; #5, 1975
Visions. #26, 1984
West Wind Review. #12, 1993
A Wise Woman’s Garden. III:2,1997; IV: 3, 1998; IV:4, 1998
Women’s Voices. #198, 2000
The Writer’s Center: The Galley Sheet. II:1, 1999
The Writers’ Gazette. #3, 1996
University Essays (3 folders)
Her Magnificent Body (1 folder,1 booklet, and the final version)
She Rises Like the Sun (7 folders)
The One I Love (plastic bound booklet)
The One I Love: Selected Poems (unpublished)
Changing Woman (2 folders, 2 plastic bound booklets, and a spiral bound booklet)
The Rhyme of the Aged Mariness: Last Poems of Lynn Lonidier. (6 folders)
Star in My Forehead: Selected Poems by Else Lasker-Schueler.(9 folders)
Our Golden Dust.(1 folder)
Poems of Prince Jussuf. (1 folder)
Psalms of Else Lasker-Shuler. (1 folder)
In Her Flame (unpublished chapbook) ( 1 folder)
Divine Nectar. (2 folders)
In the Language of the Heart: Messages From Amma. (1 folder)
Messages from Amma: In the Language of the Heart. (1 folder)
Elegy in the Lotus
Articles on Janine Canan
Book comments by Canan
Broughton introduction to Canan reading
Center for Integration (2)
Complimentary book copies
Dates of Canan’s workDaughter
Interviews with Janine Canan
Jessica Williams interview
Messages from Amma
Publications list, 1970—2004
She Rises Like the Sun
Readings and events: 2000’s
Reviews and mentions
Reviews by Canan
Rhyme of the Aged Mariness: publication
She Rises like the Sun
Star in My Forehead
Translations of poetry by Janine Canan
Visit from Iris
Celestial Arts/The Crossing Press, Spring 2004
Consortium Book Sales and Distribution, 1999
The Crossing Press, 1988—1990, 1995
Gaia Catalogue (2)
Jewish Books from Independent Publishers
Poetry & Writing from Independent Presses, 2000
Small Press Distribution, 1984, 1986, 1989, 1996, 1997
Women’s Books from Independent Publishers, 2000
PCA—ACA Conference 2003
Correspondence by Year (1960—2009)
Responses to Books
Her Magnificent Body
In the Palace of Creation
Messages from Amma
Of Your Seed/Daughter/Who Buried the Breast of Dreams/Shapes of Self
She Rises like the Sun
Star in My Forehead
Bowley, Georgiana (Aporia Press)
Burford, Mary (Janine’s mother)
CANAN, JANINE 1976—2004
Di Prima, Diane
Hawley, Robert (Oyez Press)
Laughlin, James (New Directions)
Mariah, Paul (Manroot Press)
Musawa (We Moon)
Other Writers and Artists
Franz, Marie Louise von
Le Sueur, Meridel
Scott, Peter Dale
Von Pein, Margreta
Journeys With Justine
Earlier versions. 2 folders
"Epiphany With Hunderwasser"
"Nights With Luna"
"A Visit From Iris"
"What's In a Name"
"A Good Laugh"
"City of Our Lady"
"In Monet's Garden"
"Along the Strait"
"Kali Like Red"
"At the Love Feast"
"Into the Vineyard"
"The Last Rose "
Items by other writers
Jaszi, Andrew O.
Scott, Peter Dale
Van Dusen, Wanda
Messages From Amma. In Italian
She is Everywhere
Wishing You Well
AUDIO, VIDEO, & COMPACT DISC RECORDINGS
--- JANINE CANAN
------ She's There read by Janine Canan (Berkeley CA 1980).
------ Canan Reading Poems to Music (Berkeley CA, early 1980s), 2 versions.
------ Janine Canan: Poems, 1971-1981.
------ Janine Canan & Iris Murdoch:
--------- 1. Iris Murdoch Interview by Padragin McGillicutty and Janine Canan, restored (KPFA Berkeley CA 4/1984).
--------- 2. Tribute to Iris Murdoch by Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 1984).
--------- 3. "A Visit from Iris" read by Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 1986).
--------- 4. Iris Murdoch and Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 1986).
--------- 5. The Good Apprentice, read by Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 3/28).
--------- 6. Iris Murdoch on Janine Canan's Answering Machine (Berkeley CA 4/1984).
------ Our Lady. Janine Canan with electronic accompaniment by Lynn Lonidier (San Francisco CA 1985).
------ Janine Canan Special (KALW Radio, Berkeley CA 1986).
------ Canan Interviews Jessica Williams I & II (CA 1986).
------ Canan Interviews Ali Akbar Khan (San Rafael CA, ~1986).
------ Else Lasker-Schüler. Reading by translator Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA -1986).
------ The Poetry Program. Janine Canan Interview with Jack Foley (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 10/4/1987).
------ Janine Canan & Erica Helm (Cody's Books, Berkeley CA, 2/22/1989).
------ Janine Canan & Lynn Lonidier: Interview by Jack Foley (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 3/5/1989).
------ She Rises Like the Sun: Janine Canan, Mary Mackey, Lynn Lonidier (KPFA Radio Berkeley CA, 10/22/1989).
------ Poetry Reading by Janine Canan with Edie Hartshorne (Mama Bears, Oakland CA 1991).
------ Janine Canan Reading Poetry, accompanied by Edie Hartshorne (Mama Bears Books, Oakland CA,~1991).
------ Janine Canan Reading Poetry (Copperfields Books, Petaluma CA, 4/26/1991).
Ground War—Like Ground Meat, Jack and Adelle Foley, Janine Canan, Michael McClure, Ivan Arguelles etc. (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 4/28/1991).
------ Brainstorm: Joan Marler Interviews Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 5/14/1991).
------ Magic in the Air. Andrew Harvey & Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 7/21/1991).
------ Magic in the Air. Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 12/26/1991), 4 tapes.
------ Janine Canan Reads (Heaven Productions, Berkeley CA, 1/1992), 2 tapes.
------ The Poetry Program: Paul Mariah (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 12/14/1992).
------ Janine Canan Reading (1004 Gallery, Port Townsend WA, 1/19/1993).
------ Mary Glenney Interviews Janine Canan (The Women's Show, Tampa FL 2004).
--- OTHER POETS
------ James Broughton Reads.
--------- Songs From a Long Undressing (Mill Valley CA 1987).
--------- True & False Unicorn and Other Poems (Mill Valley CA 1987).
------ Judy Grahn. March to the Mother Sea (Lavender Rose Productions, Oakland CA 1990).
------ Andrew Harvey.
--------- Rumi (KPFA Berkeley CA, 8/15/1991).
--------- Interview (2) (New Dimensions Radio CA, 1/1991).
--------- Gemini, Songs for the Queen of Heaven.
------ Pamela Karol: La Loca Demo tapes (Hollywood CA 1987).
------ Peter Scott: Interview by Gzowski (3/30/1988).
------ David Taylor (12/1974).
*Audiotapes transferred to compact discs.
--- Janine Canan Reading Poems 1971-1981 (1981).*
--- Janine Canan Reading She's There: Prose Poems (1980).*
--- Janine Canan Reading Poems to Music (early 1980s).*
--- Four Duplicate CD's of Janine Canan's 1980 Readings, with list of individual poems.
--- Iris Murdoch: Her Message, Her Interview, Her Tribute (answering machine and KPKA Radio, Berkeley CA 1984—1986).
--- Our Lady. Janine Canan Reading Our Lady with electronic score by Lynn Lonidier (1985). *
--- Women Hold Up Half the Sky. Janine Canan, produced by Elisabeth Kuehn (KALX Radio, Berkeley CA 1986). *
--- Ali Akbar Khan interviewed by Janine Canan (San Rafael CA ~1986).*
--- A Tribute to Iris Murdoch. Interview with Iris Murdoch and Reading of "A Visit from Iris" by Janine Canan, I & II (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 1986). *
--- The Morning Reading. Else Lasker-Schueler: Readings by Janine Canan, Kathryn Roszak and Elisabeth Kuehn (KPFA Radio Berkeley CA 1987). *
--- The Poetry Program. Janine Canan (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 10/4/1987). *
--- Poetry Reading by Janine Canan & Erica Helm (Cody's Books, Berkeley, CA 2/22/1989). *
--- The Poetry Program. Janine Canan and Lynn Lonidier with Jack Foley (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 3/5/1989).*
--- She Rises Like the Sun. Readings by Janine Canan, Mark Mackey and Lynn Lonidier (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 10/22/1989).*
--- Ground War—Like Ground Meat. Jack & Adelle Foley, Janine Canan, Michael McClure, Ivan Arguelles, etc. (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 4/28/1991).*
--- Magic in the Air. Unedited Poetry Reading by Janine Canan, I & II (KPFA Radio, Berkeley, 1991).*
--- Magic in the Air. Andrew Harvey and Janine Canan with Jane Heaven. I & II (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 7/21/1991).*
--- Janine Canan Reading Poems (Copperfield's Books, Petaluma, CA 4/26/1991).*
--- Brainstorm. Janine Canan with Joan Marler (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA 5/14/1991).*
--- Janine Canan. Reading Her Poetry (unedited), produced by Jane Heaven (Berkeley CA, 12/26/1991). *
--- Janine Canan. Reading Her Poetry, produced by Jane Heaven (Berkeley CA, 12/26/1991).*
--- Janine Canan Reading Poems, with flute by Edie Hartshorne (Mama Bears Books, Oakland CA, -1991).*
--- The Poetry Program. Paul Mariah with Jack Foley (KPFA Radio, Berkeley CA, 12/14/1992).*
--- Janine Canan Reading Poems, with introduction by James Broughton (1004 Gallery, Port Townsend, WA, 1/19/1993).
--- Ludar: The Broughton Songs (CA, 1995).
--- Torture &Triumph. Janine Canan et al (Scars Publications, Chicago IL, 2001).
--- The Women's Show. Janine Canan with Mary Glenney (Radio, Tampa FL 2004). *
--- Women's Voices. Janine Canan with Janie Rezner (KZYX Radio Mendocino CA, 8/20/2007).
--- Word Temple. Janine Canan and Lynn Lonidier (recorded) with Katherine Hastings (KRCB Radio, Santa Rosa CA, 3/19/2008).
--- In the Spirit: Mother Earth. With Janine Canan and Gary Goldberg (WRPI Radio, Schenectady NY, 5/8/2008).
--- Women's Voices. Janine Canan with Janie Rezner (KZYX Radio, Mendocino CA, 8/20/2007).
--- Growing Up and Liking It. Janine Burford (Canan) & friends by Toni Tami (Los Angeles, 1950—1957).
--- 13th Heaven: Womens Spirituality Forum. Janine Canan with Z Budapest (Television, Oakland CA, 11/1989).
--- Gaia Books Event. Janine Canan, James Broughton et al (Cloud House Video, Jewish Community Center, Berkeley CA, 6/1991).
--- The Goddess in Art. Janine Canan with Starr Goode (Television, Los Angeles CA, 1989).
--- Paris in the Spring. Janine Canan (Paris, 4/7/1994).
--- Poems by Janine Canan, 2001. In collaboration with art students at Pasadena Community College, California
In the Spirit. WRPI 91.5 fm Broadcasts from 11-8-07, 1-3-08, 2-14-08, and 5-8-08.
--- Wildfire: Tell-A-Vision for Women. Janine Canan with Leslene della Madre (Channel 72 Television, Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, 3/17—4/6/2008).
PCA ACA Annual Conference.April 4-7, 2007, Boston
Personal correspondence, history, mementos
The Book of Burford
Burford family history
Cox-White Correspondence and Family Records
Dar-u-gar, 1931 (Janine Canan's father's junior college yearbook)
High School Annuals (El Patio, Winter 1955-Summer 1957; Circle 1960)
Phonograph records. Janine Ann Burford, Scouts on Parade and Princess Charming. December 14, 1949; Dorsey Fist Annual Promenade, 1959. In box 13 with the other audio materials
School and college
Stanford 64 40th Reunion. October 21-24, 2004
Who's Who in Orange County, 1980