Janet Doleman

Janet at Capilano 2013

Janet grew up in the small community of Barrington Passage on Nova Scotia’s South Shore. She remembers her grandmother’s original poems in birthday cards, which inspired her to write. She carries on a family tradition of writing diaries, letters and journals. Janet earned her B.A. in English and a University diploma in Secretarial Science at Acadia University, Wolfville, NS, and lives in Dartmouth with husband George. Their daughter Katie lives and works nearby; son Michael works in law enforcement in British Columbia.

Janet’s publications are as follows:

Tidings, publication of the United Baptist Woman’s Missionary Union of the Atlantic Provinces, March 2016 issue, p. 19  ‘Easter Hats’ in the ‘Tell the Story’ column.
LEGION magazine, January/February 2015 issue, pp.27-29, ‘Lines from the Front, Three Letters From Three Wars.’
Gazette, Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society, June 2014 issue, p. 4,   ‘Nova Scotia Writers, Part II’ or ‘Strange Sightings, Songs and Soul-Baring Underground.’ (about the Evergreen Writers’ Group).