Janet C. Beaulieu
Novelist, Editor, Book Reviewer
Ms. Beaulieu started writing her first novel in the 7th grade and was first published in her high school paper in her sophomore year. She has since "graduated" to the big times by publishing book reviews for The Bangor Daily News, Potato Eyes, ONTHEBUS, and other publications. She has published interviews with writers such as Stephen King and Carolyn Chute, and a number of significant figures in American theological education. Janet has also published numerous short stories, recently completed the novel, IN THE NAME OF GOD (currently being marketed) and has two other novels-in-progress.
She has worked as grantswriter, publications editor, and Assistant to the President at Bangor Theological Seminary in Bangor, Maine, and served as Research Associate for a major Lilly Foundation project on "Faith and Stewardship in American Culture." Ms. Beaulieu was a judge for the Stephen Grady Creative Writing Contest at the University of Maine in Orono, Maine and served in that same capacity for the poetry competition, "Risk and Opportunity: Health and Security in the Nuclear Age," sponsored by Physicians for Social Responsibility, Eastern Maine. She has also facilitated several writing workshops.
A special invitation author on the Amazing Authors Showcase, Ms. Beaulieu brings to our readers a unique perspective on the writing world. Her exposure here is a first time plunge into the realm of epublishing. In her own words, she says "... it seems like it is time for me to test the waters on the web." We couldn't agree more, Janet. Welcome to the great "webpubbing" arena!
Read Love--then enjoy Janet's stories
Children of the night
through sand and tall grass
to the waiting river.
Joyous, they swim
scales on their backs
sparkled by the sun.
In lush shadows
vines coiled about
Ivory kitten fangs
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