A number of Colquhoun's poems,short texts and extracts from the longer prose works have been reprinted in anthologies and exhibition catalogues. In the following listing, these reprints are generally not noted.
Colquhoun, I. The Prose of Alchemy. The Quest. Vol 21 (3) April 1930
pp294-303. Published whilst the author was still at art
Colquhoun, I. The Double Village. London Bulletin No. 7, (December-
January 1939) p23.
Colquhoun, I. The Moths. London Bulletin No. 10, February 1939.
Colquhoun, I. What do I need to paint a picture? London Bulletin,
No. 17, 15th June 1939. p13. With four photographs of
Colquhoun, I. The Volcano. London Bulletin, No.17, June 1939. pp15-17.
Colquhoun, I. The Echoing Bruise. London Bulletin, No. 17, June 1939.
Colquhoun, I. Uxor Spiritualis. Life and Letters Today, 1941 Dec: 31(52):
pp 207-210. A short story.
Colquhoun, I. Nature Note. in: Bayliss, B., Moore, N. and Newton, D.
eds.) The Fortune Anthology, The Fortune Press, London
1942 p29. A short text that compares the flight patterns
of butterflies and aircraft.
Colquhoun, I. Triad. Poetry Quarterly, Spring 1943 vol 5 (1) p31. A
Colquhoun, I. Everything found on Land is found in the Sea and The
Water stone of the Wise. in:A Comfort and J Bayliss, (eds.)
New Road, 1943. Gray Walls Press, Billericay, Essex.
Colquhoun, I. Aged Six. View, ser.4, No. 2 (summer 1944). p52. A poem
written when the artist was six years old.
Colquhoun, I. Les Grandes Transparentes. The Bell, 1944. 8(6), 537.
A poem (in English).
Colquhoun, I. Response to questionnaire, Le Savoir Vivre Brussels, Le
Mirroir Infidèle. 1946.
Colquhoun, I. Echoes of Voodoo. Jazz Forum No.1, p21. 1946. A short
Colquhoun, I. Translations of poems by Breton, Césaire, Henein and Char.
In: Schimanski, S and Treece, H.(eds.) Transformation
Four. 1946. London: Lindsay Drummond Ltd.
Colquhoun, I. The Myth of Santa Warna. The Glass, issue 1, Summer
1948. Unpaginated. A prose poem.
Colquhoun, I. Adam: International Review, December, 1948. p.17.
Translation of a poem by Mallarmé.
Colquhoun, I. The Poetry Review, vol. 40 (4) pp.240-243. Translation of
Siesta of a Faun.a poem by Mallarmé.
Colquhoun, I. The Mantic Stain. Enquiry, 2, No. 4 (October-November)
Colquhoun, I. from The Goose of Hermogenes. The Glass, 1951 No.7:
unpaginated. This is an extract from Goose of
Hermogenes, appearing on pp 71-77 in the published novel. This issue also contained the poetical sequence: Little
Poems on Hidden Themes.
Colquhoun, I. Children of the Mantic Stain. Athene, 1951 5(2): 29-34. An expanded version of ‘The Mantic Stain’, with b/w
illustrations of automatic processes.
Colquhoun, I. An Aspect of Popular Taste. Athene, August 1951. 5 (3):
Colquhoun, I. Springtime. (eds. Frazer. G.S. and Fletcher, I.), London,
Peter Owen. 1953.The anthology contains five poems (The
Brand Caliburn; Magical Sequence; The Wax Image;
Divination and Amulet) and a prose poem (Roads of the
Moon) by Colquhoun, as well as translations by her of
three poems by Mallarmé.
Colquhoun, I. An essay: The Night Side of Nature and a poetic sequence:
Diagrams of Love. The Glass 1953, No.8. Unpaginated.
This issue also had a drawing on the front cover by the
Colquhoun, I. Poetic sequence: Little Poems on the Theme of the Way.
The Glass. 1953. No.9. Unpaginated. The issue also
contained Colquhoun’s answers to a questionnaire
concerning the nature and importance of mythology.
Colquhoun, I. Three poems (The Head that is not; The Visit and Rune).
The Glass. 1954, No 10. Unpaginated.
Colquhoun, I. The Glass, 1954, No 11, unpaginated. Translations of
texts by Romain Weingarten and Edouard Glissant.
Colquhoun, I. Grub Street, No 3, p. 10. Jan/Feb. 1954. Two poems.
Colquhoun, I. Grub Street, No 4, p. 10. March/April 1954. Two poems.
Colquhoun, I. Heaven and Earth. The London Broadsheet, No. 1 (15th
December) 1954. An article on GB Gardner and Witchcraft.
This issue also contained three poems by Colquhoun.
Colquhoun, I. Divination up-to-date The London Broadsheet, No. 2 1955.
An article on oneiromancy. This issue also contained
one poem and a reproduction of a drawing.
Colquhoun, I. Portrait of a Magician: Austin Osman Spare. The London
Broadsheet, No. 3 (March) 1955. This issue also contained
one poem by Colquhoun.
Colquhoun, I. The Dying-Kick of the Dying-God. The London Broadsheet,
No. 4 (April) 1955. An exposition of Thelemic Aeonics.
This issue also contained one poem by the author.
Colquhoun, I. ‘Unidentified Flying Objects’. The London Broadsheet,
No. 5 (June) 1955. This issue also contained one poem
by the author.
Colquhoun, I. The Goat without Horns. Other Voices, 1, No.1, (21st
January) 1955, p 1. A short story dealing with
Colquhoun, I. The Crying of the Wind: Ireland. Peter Owen, London,
1955. Contains line drawings and illustrated dust jacket
by the author.
Colquhoun, I. The Living Stones: Cornwall. Peter Owen, London, 1957.
Contains line drawings and illustrated dust jacket by the
Colquhoun, I Preface. in Herrington, H.W. (ed.) English Masterpieces
700-1800. Peter Owen, London, 1957.
Colquhoun, I. Corolla’s Pinions and Serenade of Zicava. in P. Owen and
W. Owen (eds) Springtime Two, Peter Owen, London
1958. pp36-50. In addition to these two prose pieces the
anthology also contained three poems by Colquhoun and
translations by her of one poem each by Laforgue,
Mallarmé and Rimbaud.
Colquhoun, I. Sarn Elen. The Aylesford Review, 1958, 2,iii: p94. One
Colquhoun, I. Goose of Hermogenes. Peter Owen, London, 1961.
Reprinted 2003 with a biographical sketch by Eric Ratcliffe
and personal reminiscences of the artist by the
publisher, Peter Owen.
Colquhoun, I. L’Isle de la Fleur Nocturne (Night Blossom Island). Prose
poem, Fantasmagie, Brussels, March 1962, No 9.
pp 16-17. Translated into French by Paule Mévisse.
Colquhoun, I. Liturgical Reformation. The Aylesford Review, 1962, 5,i:
p20-22. Thoughts on Catholic rituals.
Colquhoun, I. La Goëlette Etoile de Mer (The Schooner Hesperus).
Soleils, Paris, 1963. Short story. Translated into French
by Serge Hutin.
Colquhoun, I. Three poems. in Owen, P. and Levien, M. (eds.)
Springtime Three. London. Peter Owen, 1961.
Colquhoun, I. Three poems. in Colquhoun, A.R. (ed.) The Clan Colquhoun
Society Newsletter No. 3. 1967.
Colquhoun, I. Island of Mystery. Prediction, 1968, 34(4), 21-22. A visit
to St. Helens, an uninhabited island in the Scilly Isles.
Colquhoun, I. The Church with a Crooked Spire. Prediction, 34(7), 11-12.
A personal experience of a time warp.
Colquhoun, I. The Light of the Cross. Prediction, 1968, 34(9), 6-8,44.
Colquhoun, I. The Revealer. The Cornish Review, Summer 1969 No.12,
p12. A poem.
Colquhoun, I The Thirteen Treasures of the Isle of Britain. Prediction,
1969. 35(6), 12-14. Telluric sites of Britain.
Colquhoun, I. Meditation begins at Home. Prediction, 1969, 35(8), 9-10.
Meditation in churches.
Colquhoun, I. In the Light of Cornwall. The Times Educational
Supplement, January 27 1969. pp. 153-154. Advice on
holidaying in Cornwall, with three b/w illustrations.
Colquhoun, I. Wisdom Tradition of the Gael, part 1: The Green
Diamond. Prediction, 1970, 36(4), 20-22. Bardic
Colquhoun, I. Wisdom Tradition of the Gael, part 1: The Danaan Tree
of Life. Prediction, 1970, 36(5), 20-22. Bardic traditions,
Colquhoun, I. The Interlace. Quest, No.1 March 1970 p12. Article on the
symbolism of Celtic design.
Colquhoun, I. The Openings of the Body. Quest, No. 4, December 1970,
pp 26-27. Article commenting on Madame Blavatsky’s
ideas concerning ‘gateways’ in the human body.
Colquhoun, I. Bergie and Zan. Prediction, January 1971, pp24-26.
Biographical details of MacGregor Mathers and his wife
Colquhoun, I. A Walking Flame. Man, Myth and Magic, No. 80. 1971,
pp 2257-8. An article on MacGregor Mathers.
Colquhoun, I. Cornish Earth. The Cornish Review, September 1971
No.18. pp 57-66. A glossary of Cornish words and
Colquhoun, I. Two Pupils and a Master. Prediction, October 1971, vol. 37
(10) pp12-14. The master is Mathers, the pupils are
Yeats and Crowley.
Colquhoun, I. Kurt Schwitters en Angleterre. Fantasmagie, No. 29,
Brussels, February 1971.
Colquhoun, I. The Two Silurists. Prediction, Vol. 37, No 7. July 1971.
pp22-24. Thomas Vaughan, the alchemist, and his
Colquhoun, I. Here and Ruis. Ore, No. 15. 1971. Two poems, one from
the Celtic tree alphabet sequence.
Colquhoun, I. Imbolc. Ore, No16: 1971. A poem from the Celtic
tree alphabet sequence. This issue of Ore also
contained some book reviews by Colquhoun
Colquhoun, I. Aperçu sur l'Origine du Collage. Fantasmagie, No. 31,
Colquhoun, I. Incantations. TRANSFORMAcTION (4) 1971 pp 20-21. Six
Colquhoun, I. Rubbish into Art. The Times Educational Supplement,
(Hobbies and Handicrafts Extra), 10 December 1971.
With two b/w illustrations of Mertz collages.
Colquhoun, I. In Search of Faculty X. Prediction, Jan 1972. 38(1):
9-10,14. A lengthy review of Colin Wilson’s The Occult.
Colquhoun, I. The Chain Poem. TRANSFORMAcTION (5) 1973 pp 22-23.
Article with examples of this surrealist technique.
Colquhoun, I. Grimoire of the Entangled Thicket. Ore Publications,
Stevenage, Hertfordshire. 1973. Poems and 8
illustrations by the artist, based on the Celtic tree
Colquhoun, I. Banners from the Sky. Prediction, 1973, 39(1), 23-24.
Colquhoun, I. The Spear of Destiny. Prediction, 1973, 39(5), 18-19. A
review of the book by Trevor Ravenscroft.
Colquhoun, I. The Sword of Wisdom. MacGregor Mathers and the Golden
Dawn. Spearman, London 1975.
Colquhoun, I. The Taro as Colour. Sangreal, 1978, Vol 1. No. 2 pp31-33.
Reprint of an essay written to accompany an exhibition at
the Newlyn Art Gallery in 1977.
Colquhoun, I. Pilgrimage. Sangreal, 1979, Vol 2, No.1 pp29-31. Advice
on visiting chthonic power-centres.
Colquhoun, I. The Zodiac and the Flashing Colours, Hermetic Journal,
1979. pp 5-7.
Colquhoun, I. Colour and the Two Sigils. Hermetic Journal,1979. pp 8-9.
Colquhoun, I. Memoir of E.J.L. Garstin. Hermetic Journal,1979. Garstin
was a cousin of Colquhoun.
Colquhoun, I. Notes on the Colouring of the Homer's Golden Chain
Diagram. Hermetic Journal,1979. no 6 pp 15-17.
Colquhoun, I. Mr Test and the Strawberry Blondes. Southwest Review,
No. 6, p. 68. 1979. A short prose text.
Colquhoun, I. Lamorna. Wood and Water Vol. 1, No. 7. 1980, p 11. A
brief extract from The Living Stones.
Colquhoun, I. An Avon Well. Wood and Water Vol. 1, No. 7. 1980,
pp 19-20. A visit to a Holy Well.
Colquhoun, I. Notes on Automatism. Melmoth No. 2 1980. pp31-32.
The issue also included two poems by the artist and a
Colquhoun, I. Women in Art. Oxford Art Journal, July 1981 p 65. A letter
commenting on Ades’ article in a previous issue of the
Colquhoun, I. Coronach for Iona. The New Celtic Review, Lammas 1982.
pp4-5. A suite of six poems and seven drawings recording
a visit to Iona made in August 1981.
Colquhoun, I. Vathe: Hawthorne. The New Celtic Review, Beltane 1982.
p5. A poem, previously published in Ore magazine, issue
27. One of the series of poems based on the Celtic tree
Colquhoun, I. Osmazone. Dunganon, Örkeljunga, Sweden. Undated (but
1983). Poems, texts and drawings by the artist. Limited
edition of 200 copies.
Colquhoun, I. A dream. Wood and Water Vol. 2, No. 6. 1983, p3.
Reflections on Holy Wells.
Colquhoun, I. Uath. Wood and Water Vol. 2, No. 7. 1983, p 3. A poem
from the Celtic tree alphabet sequence.
Colquhoun, I. The Torso Laughs and A Visit to Tally Ho! Starfire,
Vol 2(4) 2011. pp. 173-194. Starfire Publishing, London.
Two passages on Ataturk, from an unfinished biography
of Aleister Crowley, c. 1977, with a preface by Michael
[Colquhoun, I.] The Habit of Perfection. Abraxas, No.2. Summer Solstice
2011. Fulgur Ltd.
Interleaved between pp.176-177 is a holograph poem,
transcribed by Colquhoun, with sketches by her
between each of the stanzas. The poem itself is by Gerard
Cunard N. and Banting J. (eds.) Salvo for Russia. London, 1942. Limited
edition of 100 copies. Contains one etching by the artist.
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