LORE, Janice




Author Tags: Poetry

Janice Lore grew up on a farm in southern Alberta. Her work has appeared in Canadian literary journals and has been heard on CBC and CHOO-FM radio. Her first chapbook, Ipsissima Verba, is a "found" poem about math, philosophy, definitions and a middle-aged woman's life. Its title means 'the very words, the exact language.'

CITY/TOWN: Tofino BC

DATE OF BIRTH: December 16, 1956

PLACE OF BIRTH: Alberta

ARRIVAL IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: 1994

EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: bookkeeping

AWARDS: 2nd Prize, 1995 Canadian Authors Association (MetroToronto Branch) 3rd Annual Winners' Circle Short Story Competition (Visibility on the Alaska Highway); 1st Prize, 1991 CBC Calgary Radio Play Competition (The Conversation)

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Ipsissima Verba, Leaf Press, 2003.(poetry chapbook)

[BCBW 2003] "Poetry"