Moore, M. Elizabeth 1959-
MOORE, M. Elizabeth 1959-
Born May 20, 1959, in Zwiebruken, Germany; daughter of Ronald Alexander and Mary Jennet (MacKinnon) Hunt; married Jim Moore; children: Jesse, Emily, Sam. Education: Wilfrid Laurier University, B.A., 1980; attended Saint Mary's University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada), 1995-97, and University of Western Ontario, 2003-04; Althouse Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario, B.Ed., 2004.
Public school teacher in Ontario, Canada; presenter at writer's workshops and at public schools. Member, Althouse Faculty of Education choir, 2003-04.
Writers Federation of Nova Scotia.
Centre for Communicative and Cognitive Disabilities Award for Academic Achievement and Practicum Skill, 2004; two-time winner of Atlantic Writing competition.
(Under name Liz Moore) Zizi and Tish, Orca Book Publishers (Custer, WA), 2003.
Liz Moore told Something about the Author: "I began writing when we lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Two of my stories, a children's story and a work of adult short fiction, won the Atlantic Writing competition. I wrote a popular column in the local paper of the village where we lived, and later in the town we moved to in Ontario.
"My love of writing for children has led me to becoming a teacher. While I hope and plan to continue writing, I look forward to sharing the joy of discovery of works with future students."
Biographical and Critical Sources
Booklist, May 1, 2003, Hazel Rochman, review of Zizi and Tish, p. 1605.
Resource Links, June, 2003, Isobel Lang, review of Zizi and Tish, p. 6.*
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