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SHORT FICTION

Short Stories

  • "Not Exactly in Hiding 1944: Bucharest," The Casket of Fictional Delights, June 9, 2017
  • "Long Before Jonestown," Fictive Dream, 2017
  • "Ritual," Here Comes Everything, an anthology ("Ritual" on Pg. 20), 2016
  • "Jonestown, Japantown," Joyland, November 11, 2016
  • "The Doc Who Examined Her," Spelk, October, 2016
  • "Native to Nothing," Fictive Dream, August 23, 2016
  • "My Tatelah," Avis Magazine, 2016
  • "Instinct," Tikkun, May 3, 2016
  • "Still at Sea," Spelk, February 29, 2016
  • "What Happens to Smart Women," Litro, February 11, 2016
  • "The Elizabeths," (forthcoming) in Tall Tales, Fiction Attic Press, 2016
  • "The Empathic Listener," Knut House Magazine, volume 1, 2015
  • "Espresso Induces," Spelk, September 30, 2015
  • "Saved by the Pig," Structo, August, 2015
  • "Love Letter to Dr. Burns," Spelk, July 29, 2015
  • "The Hero's Son," Poetica Magazine, eStory Edition, June-December, 2015
  • "Touching Rim," Kudzo Magazine, 2015
  • "Innocence," Storyboard Magazine, June 11, 2015
  • "The Meteorite Shower"," Nowhere Magazine, May, 2015
  • "Gone by Train," Octavius Magazine, March 28, 2015
  • "Streetlights," Storyboard Magazine, March 8, 2015
  • "Only Connect," The Casket of Fictional Delights, July, 2014
  • "The Empathic Listener," Storyboard, June, 2014
  • "Susurrus," Storyboard Magazine, June 1, 2014
  • "Fred," 1000 Words, April 2014
  • "Telegraphing the Fox," Fiction Attic, March 2014
  • "Nitza Kosher Pizza" (Orlando Flash Fiction Winner), Los Angeles Review, Spring 2013
  • "Instinct," Colorado Central, Jan/Feb 2013
  • "Mameleh's Monologue," Colorado Central, Feb. 2011
  • "Mamelah's Monologue," Grain Magazine, Fall/Early Winter/Mid-Winter 2009
  • "The German-Chinese Refugee," Rokovoko, February 2008
  • “The Closer You Were, The Less You Knew,” Glimmer Train, Winter, 2007
  • “Sabbath: 1900,” Poetica, 2007. [Section of Darkness]
  • “Knowing What I Know,” Driftwood: A Literary Journal of Voices from Afar, May 2006. [Jonestown]
  • “In Dostoyevsky’s Atmosphere: 1980,” Out of Line, 2006. [Section of Darkness]
  • “The Nazi’s Daughter Falls in Love, 1933,” Poetica, 2006 [Section of Darkness]
  • “Calisthenics: Bucharest, 1950,” writingsite.com featured story January 2006 [Section of Darkness]
  • "The Teacher's Apology Poem," The Teacher’s Voice 2005.
  • “Celestine Du Bois Plays Brahms, 1943” Paper Street, 2005
  • “The Nazi’s Daughter Falls in Love, 1933,” Poetica, 2005
  • “Lily in the Desert,” Sacred Bearings, Fall 2003
  • “Reasons to Live Through This Year,” Coe Review, Spring 2003
  • “Una & Ultima,” Pacific Review, Spring 2003
  • “Salesgirl, 1915,” Dogwood, Spring 2003
  • “Boy at the Piano,” Clackamas Literary Review, Fall 2001.
  • “Whatever You Two Call Yourselves,” Permafrost, Summer 2000.
  • "The Teacher's Apology Poem," Phoebe: A Journal of Literary Arts, 1999.
  • "The Teacher's Apology Poem," Art & Academe, 1999.
  • "Snow Blossoms," Arts & Letters, Spring 1999.
  • "Faith," Toyon 1999.
  • "The Man Who Remained Upright," Art and Understanding, May 1996.
  • "Tradition," Blueline, 1995.
  • "The View from Telegraph Hill," Short Story, 1995.
  • "One Little Room An Everywhere," Yellow Silk, 1994.
  • "Moses at St. Cloud," Jewish Spectator, 1994.
  • "Zoe Mae at Sea," Salmon Magazine, 1994.
  • "Icarus," Rain City Review, Winter 1993.
  • "What's Keeping Hannah," Willamette Week, 1992.
  • "Grace," Sierra Nevada Review, 1992.
  • "The Last Boy," Blueline, 1992.
  • "Moses at St. Cloud," The Jewish Review, Spring 1992.
  • "A Girl Needs God More than Men (Do)," Eclectic Literary Forum, Summer 1991.
  • "Hourglass," The Grasslands Review, Spring 1991.
  • "Town Butcher," Blueline 1991.
  • "Pleasure," Santa Clara Review, Spring 1991.
  • "Crop Rotation," North Country 1990.
  • "Listening to Deutschland: 1980," Response: A Contemporary Jewish Review, Winter 1990.
  • "The Avocado Argument," Blueline 1990.
  • "Mourning Dove," Folio, Winter 1989-1990/Spring 1990.
  • "Zoe Mae Joins the Coast Guard," The Northern Review, Winter 1989.
  • "Why Zoe Mae Can't See the Blind Man's Eyes," The Gettysburg Review, Summer 1989.
  • "Antidote," Blueline 1989.
  • "The Meteorite Shower," Willow Springs, Spring 1989.
  • "On Crete," Quarterly West, Summer-Fall 1988.
  • "Cusp of Winter," Dickinson Review, Spring 1987.



Glimmer Train Winter 2007, "The Closer You Were, The Less You Knew" by Annie Dawid


Grain Magazine, Fall/Winter 2009, "Mamelah's Monologue" by Annie Dawid


Out of Line: Fiction, Poetry, Essays - Themes of Peace and Justice, "In Dostoyevsky's Atmosphere" by Annie Dawid



Growing Up Girl featured Annie Dawid's "On Sundays"


American Fiction No. 4 featured Annie Dawid's "The Settlement"


Beyond Lament featured Annie Dawid's "Stateless Person," "Taking the Holocaust to Bed," and "Goethe's Tree"

Anthologies, Fiction
  • "Telegraphing the Fox," featured in Flash in the Attic, Fiction Attic Press, August 2016
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  • "Jonestown: Thirty Years On," Best New Writing 2015, October, 2014
  • "Homeless with Dad,"Best New Writing, 2014
  • “On Sundays,” Growing Up Girl: An Anthology of Voices from Marginalized Spaces, ed. Michelle Sewell, GirlChild Press, 2006.
  • “The Last Boy,” The Blueline Anthology, Syracuse University Press, 2003.
  • “One Little Room an Everywhere,” Voices from the Couch, ed. Robie Darche Wiesner,
  • AmEricaPress, 2002.
  • “Listening to Deutschland: 1980,” in Bittersweet Legacy: Studies in the Shoah, vol. XXIV, American University Presses, 2001.
  • "Boy at the Piano," American Fiction No. 10, New Rivers Press, 1999.
  • "The Settlement," American Fiction No. 4, Birch Lane Press, 1993.
  • "Invented Sisters," Women on Women II, New American Library, 1993.
  • "Antidote," Deep Fork Anthology 1989.

Poems

  • Anatomie of the World: PoemsFinishing Line Press, 2017
  • The Other Jewish Disease,Poetica Magazine: Contemporary Jewish Writing, 2015
  • "Not a Plastic Bag," Canon Beat, September 2010
  • “Gone by Train,” Literary Review, 2004
  • “The Art of Blacking Out,” Recycled Quarterly, 2002
  • "Anatomie of the World," Art & Understanding, July 1997
  • "Pig," 5 AM, no. 7/8, 1997
  • "Goethe's Tree," California Quarterly, 1996
  • "Practicum for Dr. Hippocrates," The Kerf, 1996
  • "Route One," Rigorous 1993
  • "Goethe's Tree," A Tribute to William Stafford, Portland Poetry Festival, 1993
  • "The Art of Blacking Out," Berkeley Poetry Review, 1993-94
  • "The Art of Blacking Out," The Poetry Among Us," Portland Poetry Festival, 1992
  • "The Art of Blacking Out," and "Final Swim," Rigorous, Fall 1992
  • "Familial Dysautonomia," in SIFRUT: The Northern California Jewish Literary Bulletin, Winter 1991,
  • "Things We Call Home," Painted Hills Review, Spring 1991
  • "Heartland," The Eleventh Muse, 1991
Anthologies, Poetry
  • "Stateless Person," "Taking the Holocaust to Bed," "Goethe's Tree,"Beyond Lament: Poets of the World Bearing Witness to the Holocaust, Northwestern University Press, 1998
  • "The Art of Blacking Out," Sleeping with Dionysus, Crossing Press, CA, 1994
  • "Taking the Holocaust to Bed." Out Rage, Women's Press, Toronto, Canada, 1993


 

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