Meet the members of the Crabapple Mews Collective.
Jane Cawthorne’s work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, literary journals and academic journals. In 2011, she was a finalist for the Alberta Writers’ Guild, Howard O’Hagan Short Fiction Award for her story “Weight.” Her essay, “Something As Big As a Mountain” was first runner up in the 2012 PRISM International Creative Non-Fiction Contest, and “The Cure for a Cancer Cliché” was shortlisted for the same contest in 2007. Her play, The Abortion Monologues, has been produced over a dozen times in the United States and Canada.
Currently Jane is working on a novel and is completing an MFA in Creative Writing with the Solstice Program at Pine Manor College in Boston. Her collection, Writing Menopause: An Anthology of Fiction, Poetry and Creative Nonfiction, co-edited with E. D. Morin, was published in spring 2017 through Inanna Publications.