Karen X. Tulchinsky

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Karen X. Tulchinsky
Born DOB unknown
Toronto
Occupation novelist, screen writer
Nationality Canada
Period 1995 -
Genre fiction
Website
www.karenxtulchinsky.com

Karen X. Tulchinsky is a Canadian novelist, short story writer, anthologist and screenwriter from Vancouver, British Columbia. She is openly lesbian.[1]

Career[edit]

Tulchinsky has edited several literary anthologies. Her collection of short stories In Her Nature (1996), was awarded the 1996 VanCity Book Prize. Her novel The Five Books of Moses Lapinsky was a City of Toronto Book Award finalist and winner of the Vancouver Public Library's One Book One Vancouver Prize of 2008.

In addition to her published work, Tulchinsky has studied screenwriting at the Canadian Film Centre. She has written six feature-length screenplays, a short film, an episode of the television series Robson Arms and the television film Floored By Love. She was story editor for the documentary series KinK, a story editor and writer on the drama series The Guard, a creative consultant on Glutton for Punishment (Food Network) and a consulting producer on Dussault Inc. and The Opener. She was Senior Story Editor on The Bachelor Canada and World's Weirdest Restaurants, and story editor/writer on Pyros, Timber Kings, The Audience, First Dates, Game of Homes and Border Security.

Tulchinsky has written several feature-length screenplays, including I Shot The Sheriff, to be directed by acclaimed Toronto director, Clement Virgo.

Her directorial debut is Ms. Thing (2011) Passionate Warrior Productions, (screenplay by Mette Bach) which has screened in 53 film festivals internationally, including screenings at Out On Screen Vancouver, Toronto Independent Film Festival, Cork Film Festival Ireland, Q Film Festival Long Beach, California, ImageOut Rochester, New York, Cinekink New York City, Queer Fruits Australia, The London Lesbian Film Festival Festival Del Sol, Spain Pink Apple Film Festival Zurich. Switzerland, Mix Milano Italy and Frameline San Francisco.

Ms. Thing was first runner-up at Out On Screen's Short Film Award, and WON Audience Choice Award at QueerFruits Australia.

Tulchinsky has written for numerous magazines and newspapers, including the Vancouver Sun, Quill and Quire, Herizons, Curve and Diva. She's the author of a monthly political column, "Homo Panic", for Xtra Vancouver.

In 2009, she served on the jury for the Dayne Ogilvie Prize, a literary award for emerging LGBT writers in Canada, selecting Debra Anderson as that year's prize winner.[2] She has been on Vancouver Women in Film Festival's evaluation committee and a Board Member of the Queer Arts Festival. She has taught creative writing at Langara College and the University of British Columbia.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

Short stories[edit]

  • In Her Nature (1996)

Anthologies[edit]

  • Queer View Mirror: Lesbian and Gay Short Short Fiction (1995; with James C. Johnstone)
  • Tangled Sheets (1995; with Rosamund Elwin)
  • Queer View Mirror 2: Lesbian and Gay Short Short Fiction (1997; with James C. Johnstone)
  • Hot and Bothered: Short Short Fiction on Lesbian Desire (1998)
  • To Be Continued (1998; with Michele Karlsberg)
  • Friday the Rabbi Wore Lace: Jewish Lesbian Erotica (1999)
  • Hot and Bothered 2: Short Short Fiction on Lesbian Desire (1999)
  • To Be Continued, Take Two (1999; with Michele Karlsberg)
  • Hot and Bothered 3: Short Short Fiction on Lesbian Desire (2001)
  • Hot and Bothered 4: Short Short Fiction on Lesbian Desire (2003)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Friday the Rabbi Wore Lace, retrieved 2007-08-20 
  2. ^ "Code write". Xtra!, June 18, 2009.

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