Once upon a time, very long ago there was a very early version of Tales of the Mistress - then called, City of Ladies - that out of 500 manuscripts won Anderbo's 2011 No Fee Novel Contest, Mercer Street Books Fiction prize.
Dorette Snover, "The Eel," in Blink: Flash Fiction Before You Can Bat an Eye. An excerpt from Dorette's novel, City of Ladies, which maps the powerful, tender and brutal journey of a sixteenth-century bread apprentice.
Dorette Snover, "Styling," in Original Sin: The Seven Deadlies Come Home to Roost. Depths of gluttony are explored in Dorette's story as we travel with a food stylist and a French film director as they shop at Dean and Deluca in New York City. Read a review of Original Sin.
Dorette Snover, "Aboyer: The Little Announcer," in Women Behaving Badly, Feisty Flash Fiction Stories. A tale about a butter-maker in Paris, this story hints at loss and the inability to reclaim the dead.
Dorette Snover, "In the Kitchen," in The Secret to their Success: How 33 Women Made Their Dreams Come True, an anthology of North Carolina women.
Dorette Snover was also featured in Ann Prospero's Cookbook, "Chefs of the Triangle: Their Lives, Recipes, and Restaurants."