Jane Lowy

Written Word

Jane Lowy is an enthusiast of 19th century British literature, who has loved writing since childhood. She also enjoys singing/songwriting/electric bass guitar playing and is certified as a cytogenetic technologist. Jane lives in Houston with her husband and their son.

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Wobbly Barstool

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Jane Lowy

Wobbly Barstool is a Victorian-era tale of friendship and love, whose protagonists display anachronistically progressive mind-sets in a Dickensian milieu of drama and playfulness. This book is meant for adults to young adults.

The hardcover edition of Wobbly Barstool  by Jane Lowy is available for purchase from EVERBOLD Press on Jane's website--the only one offering a first edition copy  inscribed by the author!

Wiggly Barstool

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Jane Lowy

Tiring of his photographic portraitist profession as of many other brief careers, an enterprising and ever-restless Edwardian Englishman, Wiggly Barstool, travels to Ireland accompanied by his self-effacing cousin Sebastian. The two there seek “The Miracle of Tipperary”, a cow fabled to bear the perfect likeness of a shamrock on its flank. Their quest brings them in contact with Fiona, an ethereal animal-rights enthusiast, and Lucy, a spirited American zoologist. The four team up to advance the principles of “strict vegetarianism” and animal liberation, cinematically employing the unusual cow as a poster child, and putting themselves at odds with Sir Patrick O’Dell, a brilliant rascal determined to thwart them. Adventure, romance, mystery, and psychological analysis await in this droll turn-of-the-century romp.

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Tippi Barstool

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Jane Lowy

A free-spirited Roarin' Twenties chorus girl embarrassed by her name, meets Tommy Tap, a sensitive, accomplished dancer who shares her love of life, jazz, and intellectual stimulation. The two find fame fraught with danger in an ambiguous romance clouded by an ancient secret.