Lillian has also appeared in films: Hidden in Poland; My Mother, My Hero; Poetry of Resilience.
- From the Polish, Waclaw Iwaniuk, Lillian Boraks-Nemetz (as Jagna Boraks) Canadian Poets from A to Z. Edited and introduced by P. K. Page
- Six poems from the Polish, Waclaw Iwaniuk, as Jagna Boraks
- Seven Polish-Canadian Poets, 1984
- Dark Times, poetry of Waclaw Iwaniuk
- Astrologer in the Underground, poetry of Andrzej Busza
Included in Anthologies
- A poem: An Ancestral Dance In Jewish Prague
in Psychoanalytic Perspectives: A Journal of Integration and Innovation. Volume 5, Winter 2007.
- The Old Brown Suitcase
in Girls Own: An Anthology of Canadian Fiction for Young Readers. Edited by Sarah Ellis, 2001.
- A Speech to the British Columbia Legislature, May 2000: A Long Road to Freedom
in Canadian Jewish Congress, Pacific Region.
- Condensed Novella Nina de Luna
in Aquelarre, Latin American Womens magazine, 1992
- 2 poems, in Hong Kong Literature Monthly
- An essay: The Child, as the Hero/Victim of the Dark Planet The Holocaust in CCL, no 95, Vol 25:3
Living Legacies, Vol lV Liz Pearl, 2014
Hoping for Home Scholastic Canada, 2011
Terre d’accueil, Terre d’espoir, Scholastic Canada,2012
Girls’ Own , Sarah Ellis, Penguin viking 2001
Works About Lillian
Lillian has had various articles written about her life and work, among them:
- Life into Fiction: A Profile of Lillian Boraks-Nemetz by Janet Nicol
- WordWorks: The Voice of British Columbia Writers, Winter 2007.
and many others.