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Deborah Schnitzer

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  • Canoe, co-directed with Shelagh Carter, 2010, based on my novel, jane dying again.
  • an unexpected break in the weather. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2009. Winner of the 2010 Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction.

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  • “Chapter One” from the woman who swallowed west hawk lake. Home Place 3, Prairie Fire Inc. (Fall 2009) 45-57.
  • “brave,” Grain 36.6: 60-61.
  • resolve, with Shelagh Carter and Natasha Torres-Garner, 2009, an experimental dance film shown at Napolidanza, Polazzo delle Arti, Napoli, May 14-15, 2010 and the Moving Image Film Festival, Toronto, October 15-17, 2010.
  • “Windows as Homing Devices in Canadian Picturebooks.” Home Words: Discourses of Children’s Literature in Canada. Ed. Mavis Reimer. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier Press, 2008.

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  • “a rose.” A/cross Sections: New Manitoba Writing. The Manitoba Writers Guild Silver Anthology. Eds. Katherine Bitney and Andris Taskans. (Fall 2007) 205-09.

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  • gertrude unmanageable. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishers, 2007.

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  • “babylon.” Home Place: Prairie Fire Supplement. Winnipeg: Prairie Fire Publishers. April 2007.
  • “bath.” Murderous Signs. May 2006, 13-26.
  • rifting/blue. Dir. Shelagh Carter. Text and Voice by Deborah Schnitzer, 2004, selected for the 2004 Yorkton Film Festival, the 2005 International Short Film Festival of Montecatini, Italy, the 2006 Filmstock Festival, Luton UK, the 2006 da Vinci Film & Video Festival, Corvallis, Oregon, the 2006 Wine Country Film Festival, Napa Sonoma, California, the 2006 Exground Film Festival, Wiesbaden, Germany and nominated for a 2006 Blizzard Award.
  • loving gertrudestein loving Gertrude. Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2004.

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  • With Debbie Keahey, ed. The Madwoman in the Academy: 43 Women Boldly Take on the Ivory Tower Calgary: University of Calgary, 2003, recipient of the Scholarly Book of the Year Award, 2004 Alberta Book Award. A collection of life writing by women in the academy.

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  • “Transported.” READ THIS! Why Books Matter. Ed. Karen Zoppa. Winnipeg: Gordon J. Shillingford, 2003, 77-82.

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  • “bang.” Making a Difference/Toute la difference: A Celebration of 3M Teaching Fellowship. Ed. Marilyn Lerch. Hamilton: McMaster University: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 2005, 108-12.
  • “toronto couch #2,” “all call,” “geese,” “powers that be,” “leaving people,” “a poem,” “WORK,” “pass,” “every day Sunday stories,” “giveaway child,” “cut-off,” “rooted in this way,” “inside my place,” “23rd,” “a little mad on account of,” manifesto” and “And Exercise in Misbehaving” in Story After Story: canadians bend bound theology. Winnipeg: On Edge Publishing, 2003.

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  • “Shhh” and “Holding Him,” poems previously published in Children Of The Shoah: Holocaust Literature and Education. Ed. Marie C. Davis. Canadian Children’s Literature. 95.25:3 republished as part of the anthology Tapestry of Hope, Eds. Lillian Boraks-Nemetz and Irene Watts, Montreal: Tundra, 2003.
  • “Esther Concealed ~ Revealed.” Making Waves. 3:2, 12-14.
  • “Here’s a picture of me trying to answer question #1,” spelling s” and “a recording of it.” Contemporary Verse 2. 24.4 (2002): 23-27.
  • "apart." Dropped Threads: Holes in the Discourse. Eds. Carol Shields and Marjorie Anderson. Toronto: Random House, 2001, 181-88.
  • “Promise,” Contemporary Verse 2 23:4 (Spring 2001); rpt. Contemporary Verse 2: 27 Years of Poetry 1975-2001, The Commemorative Issue (Summer 2001).
  • “Auschwitz,” “And Rachel Would Not Be Consoled,” “Shhh,” “well,” “Holding Him,” “The Last Holocaust Survivor.” Children Of The Shoah: Holocaust Literature And Education. Ed. Marie C. Davis. Canadian Children’s Literature. 95.25:3, 5-6, 66, 141, 165, 202. Link
  • “’It is so very agreeable to hear a voice and to see all the signs of that expression’: Correlations in vision And technique between Cubist art and Gertrude Stein’s ‘game in green.’” The Pictorial in American Literature. Ed. Hiro Hayase. Hiroshima: Keisui-sha, 2000, 79-121.
  • Libretto for the opera, More than the love of women. Michael Kurek. Perf. Contemporary Dancers, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 14 June 2000.
  • We Are The Land We Sing, a project of the Sacred Web Society: Women~Land~Spirit, a Western Canada Creative Arts and recording project with Carolyn McDade and her music, produced at The Banff Centre For The Performing Arts. 1999.
  • With Neil Besner and Alden Turner, ed. Uncommon Wealth: An Anthology of Poetry in English. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1997.

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  • Black Beyond Blue. Winnipeg: Staccato Press, April 1997.
  • “You May Remember,” Prairie Fire: Jewish-Canadian Writing 17.3 (1996): 129-30.
  • “Whose Standards? The Implementation of Standards Tests for Grade 12 Language Arts Students,” Classmate (March 1996): 17-19.
  • “Tricks: Artful Photographs and Letters in Carol Shields’s The Stone Diaries and Anita Brookner’s Hotel du Lac.” Prairie Fire: Carol Shields Issue. 16.1 (1995): 28-39.
  • "Lot's Wife." Contemporary Verse 2 16:2 (Fall 1993)
  • "Reading the Classroom 'Set-up.'" Inkshed 11.3: 6-10.
  • The Pictorial in Modernist Fiction: From Stephen Crane to Ernest Hemingway. Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Research Press, 1988.

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