All Statements are Insecure Questions (PDF) Canadian Theatre Review Summer 2004. In many ways, this is the founding document of Small Wooden Shoe. There are things I think about differently, but this still root. - jzed
Admitting Where I Am At. (PDF) Canadian Theatre Review. Spring 2005. Writing about context, site specificity and processes over positions in relation to Public Recordings and working with Ame Henderson. A glaring absence is discussion of the video work of Daniel Arcé on Manual for Incidence and the adaptations and thinking that went through. - jzed
Friendship Is No Day Job—and Other Thoughts of a Resident Dance Dramaturg. (PDF) Canadian Theatre Review 2013. A reflection on relationships and helping create performances and experiences. Written after four years as "resident dramaturg" at a contemporary dance company in Canada, Dancemakers and Centre for Creation.
Small Wooden Shoe Workbook PDF. Compiled May 2004. Part argument, part collection of inspirations, part way of teaching myself Quark.
Written by Jacob Zimmer. 04/07/06 (with thanks to Ame Henderson, Chad Dembski, Jacob Wren.) Published in C Magazine Issue 90, Summer 2006.