Author Archives: Annie Dawid

About Annie Dawid

Annie Dawid teaches creative writing at the University College, University of Denver. She was professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR, 1990-2006. Annie won the 2016 International Rubery Award in fiction for her first book and the Music Prize from Knuthouse Press in Fiction. Other awards include the Dana Award in the Essay, the Orlando Flash Fiction Award, The New Rocky Mountain Voices Award (drama) and the Northern Colorado Award in Creative Non-Fiction. Most recent publications: Tikkun, Litro, Fictive Dream. Multiple websites feature her short works, including TubeFlash, Spelk, Octavius, Nowhere, WeSaidGoTravel, Structo, Fiction Attic Press and others. Her three published volumes of fiction are: York Ferry: A Novel, Cane Hill Press, 1993, second printing Lily in the Desert: Stories, Carnegie-Mellon University Press, 2001 And Darkness Was Under His Feet: Stories of a Family, Litchfield Review Press, 2009


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Annie’s new story & photo

Skip to content Twitter Search Fictive Dream Short stories online Native to Nothing Photography by Annie Dawid Date: August 23, 2016Author: fictivedream by Annie Dawid “This tape is my testament. Snow falls hard, as it has for the last three … Continue reading

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Annie’s first book wins Rubery Fiction Award!

2016 Fiction Winner Annie Dawid York Ferry York Ferry Annie Dawid This is an ambitious novel, told with irresistibly smooth prose, that traces a family over twenty years, seeing inside the head of each one with extraordinary insight. The father … Continue reading

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Annie Dawid’s new story publication

in Tikkun, a progressive Jewish magazine. This story has some serious humor, the Dawid family version. Instinct: Ernst, Estelle, Buffy, the Birds, and the Rat by Annie Dawid May 3, 2016 Upon waking in the post-op intensive care unit, Ernst … Continue reading

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Winograd is “In the Spotlight” for October, Associated Writing Programs

In the Spotlight highlights AWP members who are making exceptional contributions to the literary community. In the Spotlight Kathryn Winograd Faculty Member and Coordinator of the Writers Studio, Arapahoe Community College, and Faculty Member of Regis University’s Mile High … Continue reading

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Rebecca Snow to read from her first novel at the Tattered Cover Oct. 16

Reading and Signing at the Tattered Cover Glassmusic: a novel by Rebecca Snow. Shortlisted for the International Rubery Book Award Friday, October 16th, 7:00 p.m. Aspen Grove Location 7301 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO 80120 Rebecca is a contributor … Continue reading

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Red Canyon Falling on Churches, poetry, reviewed by Rebecca Snow

Red Canyon Falling on Churches, Juliana Aragón Fatula’s second collection of poetry, reviewed by Rebecca Snow   Conundrum Press, paper, 58 pp, $14.99   Laughing at Coyote, the Chicano/Chicana Trickster   In the preface to her second collection, Canyon City … Continue reading

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