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“Restoration.” The Fiddlehead. Autumn 2012, Vol. 253. Ed. by Mark Jarman. Fredericton: The University of New Brunswick, 2012.
“Boxing Day.” Best Canadian Short Stories. Ed. by Don Bailey & Bob Hilderley. Kingston: Quarry Press, 2012.
“White Shoulders.” Writing for Canadian Health Professionals. Ed. by Lisa Salem-Wiseman and Sobia Zaman. Toronto: Nelson Education, 2012.
“Marine Life.” Norton Anthology of Short Fiction, 7th edition . Ed. Richard Bausch and R.V. Cassill. New York, NY: Norton, Aug, 2006.
“White Shoulders.” Pens of Many Colours: A Canadian Reader, 3rd edition. Ed. Eva C. Karpinski. Scarborough: Thomson Nelson, 2003.
“Up Late.” A Lift, Too. Ed. Paul Bridgewater and Dan Simonsen. Glydendale Uddannelse, Denmark: 2002.
“Marine Life.” Islands West: Stories from the Coast. Ed. Keith Harrison. Lantzville, BC: Oolichan Books, 2001.
“White Shoulders.” Intersections: Fiction and Poetry from the Banff Centre for the Arts. Ed. Edna Alford and Rhea Tregebov. Banff: Banff Centre Press, 2000.
“White Shoulders.” The Oxford Book of Stories by Canadian Women in English. Ed. Rosemary Sullivan. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1999.
“White Shoulders.” West By Northwest. Ed. David, et al Stouck. Vancouver: Polestar Press, 1998.
“Up Late.” The Faber Book of Contemporary Stories About Childhood. Ed. Lorrie Moore. London, England: Faber & Faber, Ltd., 1997.
“White Shoulders.” Penguin Anthology of Stories by Canadian Women. Ed. Denise Chong. Toronto: Penguin, 1997.
“Who He Slept By” (translated into Italian). Rose del Canada: Racconti di Scrittrici Canadesi. Ed. Pier Paolo Zerilli. Rome, Italy: Edizioni e/o, 1997.
“Up Late.” Splash: Great Writing About Swimming. Ed. Laurel Blossom. New York, NY: Ecco Press, 1996.
“White Shoulders.” The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories (trade paperback edition). Ed. Margaret Atwood and Robert Weaver. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1996.
“White Shoulders.” The New Oxford Book of Canadian Short Stories (hard cover edition). Ed. Margaret Atwood and Robert Weaver. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1995.
“Origami.” An Anthology of College Readings. Ed. Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology School of English Studies. Scarborough: Prentice Hall Canada, 1994. pp. 332 – 338.
“The Edger Man.” The O. Henry Awards: Prize Stories 1993. Ed. William Abrahams. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1993.
“Klingons.” Epoch. 41.2. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, 1992.
“The Edger Man.” Agni. 35. Boston, MA: Boston University, 1992. pp. 135 – 148.
“White Shoulders.” Saturday Night. Toronto: Jul, 1992.
“Who He Slept By.” An Ounce of Cure. Ed. Mark Jarman. Victoria: Beach Holme Publishers, 1992. pp. 74 – 85.
“Boxing Day.” Canadian Christmas Stories in Prose & Verse. Ed. Don Bailey and Daile Unruh. Kingston: Quarry Press, 1990.
“Esso,” half-hour drama. On Cue 1. Ed. Diane F Eaton. Toronto: Harcourt Brace, 1990.
“Stardust.” Best Canadian Stories 1990. Ed. David Helwig and Maggie Helwig. Ottawa: Oberon Press, 1990.
“Up Late.” MacMillan Anthology 3. Ed. John Metcalf and Kent Thompson. Toronto: MacMillan, 1990.
“Up Late.” The American Story: The Best of StoryQuarterly. Ed. A. Brashier, M. Pritchard and D. Williams. New York, NY: Cane Press Hill, 1990.
“Origami.” Engaged Elsewhere: Stories by Canadians Abroad. Ed. Kent Thompson. Kingston: Quarry Press, 1989.
“Stardust.” Canadian Fiction Magazine. Toronto: 1989.

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“Who He Slept By.” The Uncommon Touch: Fiction and Poetry from the Stanford Writing Workshop. Ed. John L’Heureux. Stanford, CA: Stanford Alumni Association, 1989.
“Heartbeat.” The Contemporary Atlantic: The Best of the Decade, 1980’s. Ed. James W. Long. Boston, MA: Atlantic Monthly, 1988.
“Babysitting.” Indiana Review, Tenth Anniversary Issue. 10.1 and 2. Bloomington, IN: The Trustees of Indiana University, 1987.
“Boxing Day.” Northwest Review. 25.2. Eugene, OR: 1987.
“Flight.” The New Generation: Fiction For Our Time from America’s Writing Programs. Ed. Alan Kaufman. New York, NY: Doubleday, 1987.
“Flight.” Best Canadian Stories 1987. Ed. David Helwig and Maggie Helwig. Ottawa: Oberon Press, 1987.
“Up Late.” Story Quarterly. 21. Northbrook, IL: 1986.
“Birds of Paradise.” Woman’s Own. Second serial rights. London, England: IPC Magazines, 1985.
“Flight.” Western Humanties Review. 39.3. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah, 1985.
“Marine Life.” Prairie Schooner. 56.2. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska, 1985.
“Birds of Paradise.” Saturday Night. Toronto: 1984.
“Heartbeat.” The O. Henry Awards: Prize Stories 1983. Ed. William Abrahams. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1983.
“Esso.” Seventeen. New York, NY: Triangle Communications, 1982.
“Flight” as “The Bad Sister.” Woman’s Journal. Second serial rights. London, England: IPC Magazines, Mar, 1982.
“Heartbeat.” Cosmopolitan. Second serial rights. New York, NY: Heart, Mar, 1982.
“Heartbeat.” Woman’s Journal. London, England: IPC Magazines, 1982.
“Who He Slept By” (Italian translation by Paola Leone). 1999. 1.1. Rome, Italy: 1999, 1982.
“Heartbeat.” The Atlantic. 248.4. Boston, MA: Oct, 1981.
“Marine Life,” “The Advisor,” “Exercises,” “Origami.” Second Impressions. Ed. John Metcalf. Ottawa: Oberon Press, 1981.
“Origami.” Intro 12. Norfolk, VA: Associated Writing Programs, 1981.
“The Advisor.” Plum. 4. Baltimore, MD: 1981.
“Who He Slept By.” Best Canadian Stories 1981. Ed. John Metcalf and Leon Rooke. Ottawa: Oberon Press, 1981.
“Esso.” Best Canadian Stories 1980. Ed. Clark Blaise and John Metcalf. Ottawa: Oberon Press, 1980.
“Who He Slept By.” The Atlantic. 246.1. Boston, MA: Jan, 1980.
“Esso,” as “Gaspumps.” Flare. 16.2. Toronto: Mar, 1979.
“Afternoon at the Lido.” Room of One’s Own. 3.4. Vancouver: Growing Room Collective, 1978.

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