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Anne Dimock’s essays appear in the following anthologies:

Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie: Midwestern Writers on Food, ed. Peggy Wolff; published Nov. 2013: University of Nebraska Press​

Anne's essay “The Night of the Rhubarb Kuchen” appears in this anthology published in 2013.


“That very American impulse to claim ownership — and to define our separate experiences through food — is on full display in Peggy Wolff’s FRIED WALLEYE AND CHERRY PIE…Heartland natives will embrace the recipes, if not the remembrances of State Fair corn dogs and Lake Michigan fish boils, German kuchen and tamales eaten on Chicago’s Maxwell Street, a.k.a. 'the Ellis Island of the Midwest."

--Jenny Rosenstrach,The New York Times, Sunday Book Review 


Gold winner for Anthologies, 2013 IndieFab Book of the Year Awards from Foreword Reviews


St. Paul Almanac, Vol. 13 - A Path To Each Other; available October 2022; published by St. Paul Almanac

This collection of voices … is provocative and compassionate in its portrayals of inter-generational experiences of adversity and success, written, as David Mura suggests in his quote that appears in the book, ‘from strength not weakness.’ In these uncertain and stressful times, these writers lead us across the diverse landscapes and cultures of St. Paul with their lyrical words and stunning imagery to help us find what we need most—a path to each other made by walking together with empathy and understanding.” - Gwen Westerman, Minnesota Poet Laureate

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