Press Profiles - Lori Ulrich

Lori’s mantra is to Experience Connection. She is a poet with heart; her work is soul-centered. Lori Ulrich is a retired teacher who lives on a farm with her husband, close to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She writes of family, relationships, and her home prairie landscapes. Lori’s stories are published in Chicken Soup for the Caregiver’s Soul, and Through My Eyes: 74 True Stories of Survival, Strength and the Power of Believing. Her poetry has appeared in several magazines and anthologies, including Quillkeepers Press and Spring Magazine. She has poems in two chapbooks, along with her writing group, Sisters’ Ink, of which she’s been a member for over twenty years. She is also a member of the Saskatchewan Writer’s Guild. Turning the Corner (Quillkeepers Press) is Lori’s debut poetry collection. 

Lori Ulrich Originals - Coming October 17th!