Anna Dupuis Zuckerman Writer
Anna Dupuis Zuckerman lives in the Laurentian Mountains, north of Montreal. She is a City Councillor, head of the environment committee and responsible for English content on the town’s website
Since graduating from Concordia University’s journalism program, Anna's writing career has covered a broad spectrum. In 2013, her book, Estérel, the history of a small town was published by Textes et Contextes. Inspired by the local archives, she is presently Vice-President of the Ste Marguerite-Estérel Historical Society and writes all the English content for this website.
In addition to environmental themes, Anna has written content and articles on parenting, macrobiotics, health and spirituality for a variety of web-sites and print publications, including environmental content for a Laurentian website, the Montreal Suburban newspaper, Vancouver Parenting Magazine, and Caribbean News. She wrote songs for Quebecois musicians and her lyrics for Laura Rose have been translated by Gilles Vigneault.
As her children grew up, she collaborated with high school English departments in Toronto and Miami, publishing two anthologies of teenaged writings: Jewish Teens of the 90’s (with co-producer Andrea Sugar) and The Ceremony of the Bat Mitzvah.
Her current projects include a book about the year Anna, her husband and their four children ‘dropped out’, home-schooled and travelled the world.
For the last two years, Anna has focused on writing scripts for theatre and was a contributing playwright to the Montreal show Picturesque: Voices from Beaver Hall, produced at McGill University in November 2015 and at Dawson College Dome Theatre in October, 2018. She has most recently finished the script for Waiting Time, the story of two sisters’ long winter together at a decisive point in both their lives. It will be on Mainstage at the 2019 Vancouver Fringe Festival.
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