Dick Harrison’s writings about W.O. Mitchell include W.O. Mitchell and His Works (ECW Press, 1991), Intimations of Mortality: W.O. Mitchell’s Who Has Seen the Wind (ECW Press, 1993) and “Images of Transgression: The Threat of Sexuality in W.O. Mitchell’s Fiction” in Magic Lies: The Art of W.O. Mitchell (University of Toronto Press, 1997).
Articles by Dick Harrison
- A Family Affair (January–February 2006)
A review of W.O.: The Life of W.O. Mitchell, Beginnings to Who Has Seen the Wind, 1914–1947 and Mitchell: The Life of W.O. Mitchell, The Years of Fame, 1948–1998, by Barbara and Ormond Mitchell