Janice Moore Fuller

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Janice Moore Fuller (born 1951) is an American poet and playwright, currently Writer-In-Residence and Professor of English at Catawba College, in Salisbury, NC. She is the author of three books of poetry and a number of plays (see bibliography).[1] Fuller earned her B.A. at Duke University and her M.A. and Ph.D at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.[2] An outstanding instructor, she is a four-time winner of Catawba's Teacher of the Year Award; she has also won the Swink Prize for Outstanding Classroom Teaching.[3] She has been Visiting Professor of English at Harlaxton College (the British campus of the University of Evansville), and a poetry workshop teacher at the Wildacres Writers Workshop.[4]


  • Dix, a full-length play. Produced at the Minneapolis Fringe Festival. August 2004.
  • Church of the Spilled Blood, a one-act play. Produced at Bare Bones Theater’s New Play Festival, Charlotte, NC. May 2003.
  • The Last Glass-Bottom Boat, a series of three short plays. Produced at Catawba College’s Florence Busby Corriher Theater, March 2003.
  • Conjoined, a full-length one-act play. Staged reading at Catawba College’s Florence Busby Corriher Theater, November 2002.