web photo of me Jane Harris’s books include Finding Home in the Promised Land (J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing, 2015; Signature Editions, 2016) and Eugenics and the Firewall: Canada’s Nasty Little Secret (J. Gordon Shillingford, 2010). She’s contributed to three Canadian anthologies, including the upcoming Waiting Anthology (University of Alberta Press, 2018)  and has 100+ bylines in more than a dozen publications including Write, Alberta Views, Winipeg Free Press, Canadian Capital, Alberta Venture, and The Anglican Journal.

In 2016, Jane won the James H. Gray Award for Short Non-Fiction at the Alberta Literary Awards, and was a finalist in the AMPA Showcase Awards for “The Unheard Patient.” She’s currently writing an essay series and a novel.

Her books have been reviewed in This Magazine, Broken Pencil, Winnipeg Free Press, CPJ Catalyst, Calgary Herald, Lethbridge Herald and other regional and national publications.


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