Laurie Glenn Norris
Laurie Glenn Norris is a writer, researcher and art historian. Her articles and book reviews have appeared in the Quill & Quire, Atlantic Books Today, Telegraph-Journal (Saint John) and the Daily Gleaner (Fredericton).
Her first published book was Cumberland County Facts and Folklore (Nimbus, 2009). Her second publication, Haunted Girl: Esther Cox and the Great Amherst Mystery (Nimbus, 2012) was a finalist for the 2013 Democracy 250 Atlantic Book Award for Historical Writing. In 2015, it was optioned for a feature film.
Laurie is currently working on her first novel while preparing to edit and annotate the diary of a 19th-century New Brunswick woman.
Laurie lives in River Hebert, NS, with her freelance editor husband, Barry, and three naughty kitty cats.