Janice N. Chapman

Janice N. Chapman was born December 25, 1941 in Woodward, Oklahoma. She was raised on a farm south and west of Laverne, Oklahoma, and graduated High School May 12, 1959. She began writing poetry at an early age, and through her poetic career she received many awards for her poetry with one being The National Authors Registry in 1999 with a Presidential Recognition of Literary Excellence. She was inducted into the International Poetry Hall of Fame October 1, 1996, and was included in the International Whos Who in Poetry and Poets Encylopaedia in Cambridge, England, in 1999. She was awarded the Most Admired Woman of The Decade in 1997, and also International Woman of The Year 1997-1998. She currently lives in Harper, Kansas. Novels she has written are: Destinys Call. Pieces of a Cowgirls Life, They Called Him RJ, Trail Number Four, and Humphry Did It! Her other books include a collection of short stories: Legacy of Short Stories and Essays. One of short articles and poems from friends and coworkers as well as some of her own in Priceless Pages From Amazing People – Second Edition. She has three books of poetry: Writin The Range, – Love, Lies and Heartaches – and Poems With No Place To Go. She has one ebook: Visitors of The Unknown

 


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