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Carrie Snyder is a Canadian writer, best known for her 2012 short story collection the Juliet stories, which was a nominee for the Governor General's Award for English fiction at the 2012 Governor General's Awards.
- "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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