Lisa Moore

Lisa Moore is the author of novels like February and Caught.
Lisa Moore is a novelist from Newfoundland. (Heather Barrett)

Lisa Moore is a Newfoundland-based writer. Her books include February, which won Canada Reads 2013 when it was defended by Trent McClellan; Caught, which was a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2013 and was made into a miniseries for CBC television; the YA novel Flannery and the short story collection Something for EveryoneSomething for Everyone was on the longlist for the 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize.

Moore is judging the 2019 CBC Short Story Prize.

Books by Lisa Moore

Interviews

St. John's writer Lisa Moore discusses her Writers' Trust win and an exciting literary awards season 1:14
The Newfoundland writer, whose most recent book is the YA novel "Flannery," shares her favourite fictional character, her greatest fear and more. 5:53
Allan Hawco and Lisa Moore on his adaptation of her novel as a five-part TV series, airing on CBC. 13:52

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