Inge Moore

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Inge has been writing since she was in grade school. Her short stories have been published in numerous literary and other magazines and have been broadcast on radio. She received First Prize in the 1986 Annual Writers' Digest Short Fiction Competition, out of thousands of entrants.

Inge received her undergraduate and graduate training in creative writing at the University of Alberta, working with such writers as Governor General's Award Winner, Rudy Wiebe.

On a more personal note, Inge has lived in Austria, England, and in several areas of Canada including the Northwest Territories. Currently she resides in Fort Erie, Ontario. She enjoys nature, horses, art, reading, and, of course, writing.

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  • Kissing cousins on Feb. 03, 2012

    This is a fun & quirky story with a satisfying ending. Very nice read!
  • Stroking Jack Skull on March 05, 2012

    If you like creepy and scary, look no further. WOW!
  • Samantha and the Bear on June 15, 2012

    I enjoyed reading this novel. The book was entertaining and well-written. It is much more than just a romance. I enjoyed the intrigue and the weaving together of the two women's stories (Samantha and Teal-Eye). Well worth the read!
  • Please DO Feed the Animals ZOO on Aug. 16, 2012

    I enjoyed this chilling tale of a man and his teen-aged son on a trip to an "unusual" zoo. A nicely crafted story. Well worth the read!
  • The Man Who Loved His Wife on Oct. 19, 2012

    Loved this story! It was set in the past and had a formal feel to it. Interesting characters. Well-written. Emotionally convincing.
  • The Ball on Nov. 11, 2012

    I enjoyed this short story. It was well written and emotionally touching.
  • Chastised on Jan. 07, 2013

    This was an enjoyable short story. Interesting characters, good descriptions, and an entertaining read. I'd like to read more from this author.
  • Hannah Strong on Sep. 03, 2013

    This short story maintained my interest all the way through. The main character is sympathtic and interesting. My only complaint is that it ended to soon -- I want to know more. Could this be expanded into a novel?