Caroline Moir 16 Dr
Born in the Sudan, Caroline Moir has lived and worked in places as far apart as Syria and Newfoundland, Argentina and Spain. She has been commissioned to write four plays: for Ripon Cathedral St Wilfred of Ripon 2009; for Kendal Community Theatre A Passion for Kendal 2012, Lady Anne Clifford ~ a Woman Cast Out 2013, The Wednesday Play: the plot to kill Jesus, 2015.
She has had stories published in print and online some of which are collected in the swaying corridors of the wagons-lits: a memoir in short story which was long listed for the Cinnamon Literary Prize in 2020. She is seeking a publisher both for her memoir and for Hunting Jenet Nish, the first in a trilogy of short novels set in British Columbia.
Her debut novel, Brockenspectre, set in the Lake District and Argentina, was short listed for the Sceptre prize and will be published by Victorina Press in November 2021.