Janice Lore’s writing has appeared in various anthologies and literary magazines, and on CBC radio. Her poetry chapbook, Ipsissima Verba (Latin meaning “the very words”), is a “found” poem about math, philosophy, definitions and a middle-aged woman’s life. It has also been scripted and performed. She wrote her first commissioned work, “Requiem for the Fridge,” on the door of a dead refrigerator.
Janice is a member of the Clayoquot Writers Group; Performance Anxiety, a performance poetry collective; and The Diversity Project, a performance group which explores universal themes through a tapestry of art forms.
She has recently begun making handmade books to showcase her poetry.
She is interested in interdisciplinary art projects and enjoys collaborating with other artists.
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See a public performance of two poems here