Jane Stevenson, Author
Award-winning local author Jane Stevenson has published numerous works including non fiction books and creative short stories. Jane Stevenson’s specialty is historical fiction and non-fiction, and her work often focuses on the early years of British Columbia. Her publications include her popular book, The Railroader’s Wife, Letters from the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway which chronicles one woman’s experience living in remote northern BC while her husband works on the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Jane Stevenson has won several awards for her writing, including Riddle Fence Magazine’s short fiction contest, Honourable Mention for the 2010 Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Historical Writing, the Geist Postcard story winner and was nominated for the (Writers’ Trust of Canada / McClelland and Stewart) Journey Prize for fiction writing.
Jane is a contract writer for various local organizations. She is currently working with Northern Development Initiative Trust and writes engaging business profiles for new registrations in the Love Northern BC program.
Jane Stevenson’s books are published by Caitlin Press and are available on “www.Caitlin-Press.com”:http://www.Caitlin-Press.com, “Books and Co.”:https://lovedowntownpg.com/businesses/books-company in Prince George, Interior Stationery and Books in Smithers, Mountian Eagle Books in Smithers, “Gwyn’s Green Grocer”:https://loveburnslake.com/businesses/gwyns-green-grocer-health-in-order in Burns Lake and the “Telkwa Museum”:https://lovetelkwa.com/businesses/telkwa-museum.
Meet Jane Stevenson
Meet Jane Stevenson
Jane Stevenson is a northern BC history aficionado who artfully weaves history into many of her works, which include books as well as short stories. Jane has been writing since she could hold a pencil and her various works have received nods from a variety of literary critics and organizations.
Smithers, says Jane, is a wonderful and inspiring place to be a writer. She is captivated by the natural scenery and likes to spend time outside when she isn't writing. Her fascination with local history led her to study the northwest area extensively and she enjoys exploring in the local area museums.
Jane loves life in Smithers, not just for its inspiration for writing compelling stories, but also for its warm, friendly people. She appreciates that it is a safe community for her children and that they don't have far to go to school each day and that there is "zero commute time!"
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