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In 2014 she published her debut novel Girl Runner. It was inspired by the 1928 Summer Olympics in which women were first allowed to compete. It is currently shortlisted for The Rogers Trust Fiction Prize.
- Hair Hat (2004, ISBN 978-0143015376)
- The Juliet Stories (2012, ISBN 978-1770890022)
- Girl Runner (2014)
- "Hamilton native marveling over 'surreal' GG nomination". CBC News, October 4, 2012.
- "Books: Waterloo writer Carrie Snyder’s new book is described as a novel in stories". The Record, February 17, 2012.
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