Laura Jan Shore was born in the UK, raised in the US and immigrated to the Byron shire,
Australia in 1996.
Author of the YA novel The Sacred Moon Tree (Bradbury Press, 1986), Laura’s poetry has
appeared in literary magazines and anthologies on four continents. She also helped
establish the independent Dangerously Poetic Press.
She has won the 2006 CJ Dennis ‘Open Poetry’ Literary Award, 2009 FAW John Shaw
Nielson Award and the 2012 Martha Richardson Poetry Award.
Her latest book, Water over Stone (Interactive Press, 2011), won IP Picks Best Poetry 2011.
Articles by Laura Jan Shore
|When I look upon the suffering||Edition 48: Enduring Legacies|
|Ghost figs||Edition 45: The Way We Work|
|Hospice||Edition 33: Such Is Life|