Janisse Ray

Janisse Ray lives in Baxley, Georgia and graduated with an MFA from the University of Montana. Her poetry has appeared in several journals, as well as the regional anthology, North of Wakulla, and Polyphony: An Anthology of Florida Poets. An endangered species activist and a proponent of old growth forests, Ray has published essays in Orion, Florida Wildlife and Georgia Wildlife Magazine. She won Camas’ 1996 nature writing award and the 1996 Writers Conference Award in Non-Fiction. Her autobiographical memoir, Georgia Cracker, was published by Milkweed Press in 1999.

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