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Publications (2010-2017): Colin Brezicki

Short Fiction:

The Crooked Rose and other Stories (unpublished as collection, individual stories published as below).

  • Nothing to Write Home About, published as THIRD Place Winner in Scribes Valley Publications, Knoxville, Tennessee, May, 2017.
  • Wish You Were Here, published as FIRST Prize Winner in Ten Stories High, Volume 17, March, 2017 (Canadian Authors Association).
  • Out of the Blue, published as SECOND Prize Winner in Literal Latté Magazine, December, 2015, New York.
  • Paris Street. Rainy Afternoon. 1877, WINNER of J.K. Galbraith Literary Award, 2014, Canada. Publication option.
  • An Original Sin, published as FIRST Prize Winner in Literal Latté Magazine, November, 2014, New York.
  • Defiled, published as FIRST Prize Winner in bosque, the magazine, Dec. 2014, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • I.D., published as FIRST runner up in Ten Stories High, Vol. 14, March, 2014 (Canadian Authors Association).
  • Calleigh’s Remains, published in Canadian Stories, Vol. 16, No. 92, September, 2013.
  • A Time to Reflect, published in Blood Is Thicker: An Anthology of Twisted Family Traditions, Canadian Authors Association, June, 2018.


  • Between Friends (Memoir of Richard B. Wright, author) Brock Review, April, 2017.
  • The Irony of the Altered Book” published in The Globe and Mail (Facts and Arguments), June 5, 2017.
  • Do I Dare Answer the Overwhelming Question?, published in The Globe and Mail, May 30, 2013.
  • The Art of Standing Stones, published in The Globe and Mail, July 21, 2013.
  • The Elephant in the Classroom, The Kappan (Phi Delta Kappa), March, 2012, Volume 93, Number 6, pp 16-19.
  • Kindling: The Amazon e-Reader as an Educational Tool (updated version), The Kappan (Phi Delta Kappa), January, 2011, Volume 92, Number 4, pp 22-27.
  • The Pilot Light: Teaching for Life, The Kappan (Phi Delta Kappa), March 2011, Voilume 92, Number 6, p. 80
  • Decoding and Mastering Multiple Literacies, Dialogue Magazine (co-authored by Shelley Thomas in annual printed edition), 2011.
  • The Edible Student: Why We Eat Our Young in the Consumer Age (Co-authored by Shelley Thomas). Dialogue Magazine, August, 2011.
  • Circling the Wagons: The Culture of Technology and English Teaching, Dialogue Magazine, April, 2010.
  • Kindling: The Amazon e-Reader as an Educational Tool. Dialogue Magazine, April, 2010.



  • Game On (2015)
  • All That Remains (2017)
  • Losing Touch (in progress)