"The extension of experimental interest to alternative forms of narrative, particularly in its association with particular feminist projects (the so-called New Narrative), is illustrated in the work of Vancouver's Patricia Gruben (Sifted Evidence, 1982 and Low Visibility, 1984), and in a different way in Kay Armatage's Storytelling (1983), in which the interlacing of seven storytelling performances reveals constants of story form to which she refuses narrative closure."
-- David Clandfield
Clandfield, David. Canadian Film. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1987. (pp. 127-128)