Memoirist Janisse Ray

Janisse Ray

Living place: Georgia

Birthday: 2-2-1962 (60 years old)

Population of US 1962: 186,537,737

Global rank: #70749

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Who is Memoirist Janisse Ray?
Janisse Ray is best known for American Book, she won the Ecology Prize for her autobiography of a Childhood Cracker (2000), Ray is also known in 2010 for her poetry collection One House. In 2005 she worked Pinhook. She has also written thematically for the Orion and Audubon magazines and also contributed to the live-on-Earth NPR program.

Young / Before famous

After briefly attending North Georgia College, she completed her bachelor's degree at Florida State University and went on to earn her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Montana.

Family life info

Her family is Christian Franklin and Lee Ada Ray, and she grew up in Baxley, Georgia. She later gave birth to a son named Silas Ausable.

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Who is Boy friend/ husband/ darling Memoirist Janisse Ray?
She and Judith Cofer both wrote popular childhood memoirs.

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When was Memoirist Janisse Ray born?
Janisse Ray birthday 2-2-1962 (at the age of 60).
Where is Memoirist Janisse Ray's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Janisse Ray was born in Georgia, . Ms, whose Zodiac is Aquarius, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Ox. Janisse Ray's global rank is 70749 and whose rank is 46 in list of famous Memoirist. Population of US in 1962 is about 186,537,737 persons.
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Events in 1962 and 2-2

Events in US in the birth year of Janisse Ray

  • James H. Meredith, escorted by federal marshals, registers at University of Mississippi (Oct. 1).
  • Pat Brown defeats Richard Nixon in the California gubernatorial race.

Birthday Janisse Ray (2-2) in history

  • Day 2-2 year 1536: The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is the largest port city founded by Spanish explorer Pedro de Mendoza.
  • Day 2-2 year 1709: Scottish sailor Alexander Selkirk was rescued after four years alone on a deserted island off the coast of Chile. He was the inspiration for writer Daniel Defoe to write the famous novel "Robinson Crusoe."
  • Day 2-2 year 1848: The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, ending the Mexican War, was signed. In the treaty, Mexico ceded to the United States a huge portion of what is today the American West and Southwest, including California and New Mexico.
  • Day 2-2 year 1870: The Cardiff Giant was revealed to be a hoax.
  • Day 2-2 year 1876: The National League of Professional Baseball Clubs was formed.
  • Day 2-2 year 1887: The first gathering at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsatawney, Pa. to wait for the groundhog's shadow occurred.
  • Day 2-2 year 1922: James Joyce's Ulysses was published.
  • Day 2-2 year 1943: Nazi troops surrendered in the World War II Battle of Stalingrad.
  • Day 2-2 year 1971: Idi Amin became dictator of Uganda.
  • Day 2-2 year 1980: The Abscam scandal was revealed.
  • Day 2-2 year 1990: South African President F. W. de Klerk lifted a ban on the African National Congress and promised to free Nelson Mandela.
  • Day 2-2 year 2003: Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel stepped down after 13 years.
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