FITCH, Sheree. Canadian, b. 1956. Genres: Poetry. Career: Children's author and performance poet. Worked as a government clerk; founder and president of Campus, a group for older, part-time students at St. Thomas University and the University of New Brunswick, while an undergraduate; founder and member of Enterprise Theatre, an alternative theatre troupe, while an undergraduate; performer and actress on stage, radio, film, and television. Publications: POETRY FOR CHILDREN: Toes in My Nose, And Other Poems, 1987; Sleeping Dragons All Around, (prose), 1989; Merry-Go-Day, 1991; There Were Monkeys in My Kitchen!, 1992; I Am Small, 1994; Mabel Murple, 1995; If You Could Wear My Sneakers!: Poems, 1997; There's a Mouse in My House, 1998; The Hullabaloo Bugaboo Day, 1998; The Other Author, Arthur, forthcoming; If I Were the Moon, forthcoming; Sun-Day, Moon-Day, Some Day Dreams, forthcoming. PLAYS: Light a Little Candle, 1996; Rummabubba, Lid-Maker of the Snufflewogs, 1997; The Monkeys are Back and We're Out of Bananas, 1998; The Hullabaloo Bugaboo Day, 1998. POETRY FOR ADULTS: In This House Are Many Women, 1996. Contributor of poems for adults to periodicals. Address: c/o Writer's Federation of Nova Scotia, 1113 Marginal Rd, Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4P7.