Published Pieces


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“How Magic, Meditation and a 9 year old Child Awakened Me During the Pandemic” by Mary Chang, Elephant Journal, May 2020

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“Reconnecting with My 1979 Grade 3 Teacher” by Mary Chang – Teacher Magazine, Jan-Feb 2020, SEE PAGES 28-29  (Online Magazine Version)

2019 North Shore Writers’ Association Fiction Contest “Write On”, 2nd Place Winner: “For Sale: Baby. Found Yesterday” by Mary Chang (Pg 8-9)

“TRY: My First Race on Snowshoes” by Mary Chang – 2019 Wellness Community Corner (Spring issue)

 “A Page-Turningly Good Time” 2018 North Shore Writers Festival by Mary Chang   North Shore News

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“First Day of Kindergarten, Like Mother, Like Son” by Mary Chang – Teacher Magazine, 2016 (Online Magazine Version)

“First Day of Kindergarten-Yesterday & Today” by Mary Chang (version of above story) was also published online with Westcoast Families Magazine, Jan-Feb 2016

“Show Compassion to Those Less Fortunate” By Mary Chang – North Shore News, 2015

“It Takes a Village to Raise A Child” by Mary Chang – North Shore News, 2015

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2011 Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, 2nd Place Winner: “Crickety Joints” by Mary Chang, (Online Version) CONTEST CONCEPT: Incorporate this sentence into the story: She pointed to the clouds and said, “It looks like you.”

2011 Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, 2nd Place Winner, “Crickety Joints” by Mary Chang Page 1 of 2, (Print Version)

2011 Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, 2nd Place Winner, “Crickety Joints” by Mary Chang Page 2 of 2, (Print Version)

Baby Belly Lost in Transit” by Mary Chang – Richmond Review, 2010

Top 10 Finalist (2010 Press Release): Writers’ Union of Canada Postcard Story Competition: “Belly Button on a Skateboard” &” Little Girls & Flying Fudgsicles” by Mary Chang

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“Loving Lulu” by Mary Chang, – Richmond News, 2010

 

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2009 Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, 3rd Place Winner, “Dusty High Heels” by Mary Chang

2009 Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, 3rd Place Winner, “Dusty High Heels” by Mary Chang, Page 1 of 2 (Print Version) CONTEST CONCEPT: Incorporate this sentence into the story: “The ‘gift’ came in a small, brown box and arrived at noon.”

2009 Vancouver Courier Fiction Contest, 3rd Place Winner, “Dusty High Heels” by Mary Chang, Page 2 of 2, (Print Version)

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Book cover: My first “six-word story” was selected and published in Six-Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak, By Writers Famous and Obscure, 2009

Six-Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak