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Anne Harris (they/them)
Joined Seton Hill
Detroit, MI
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Anne Harris is a multi-published author in the romance, science fiction, and young adult genres. Their second novel, Accidental Creatures, won the Spectrum Award for LGBT science fiction and they have been a Nebula and a Norton Award finalist. Harris mentors graduate students in Seton Hill University's Writing Popular Fiction program.


  • B.S., Oakland University (Rochester, MI), 1986


  • True Nature (2013), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • All the Colors of Love (2013), Harmony Ink Press (as Jessica Freely)
  • "Alex in Wonderland" (2013), Etopia Press (as Jessica Freely)
  • His Own Devices (2012), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • Dharma Café (2012), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • Broken (2011), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • The Ice Prince (2010), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • The Boy From Ilysies (2010), Tor Books (as Pearl North)
  • Hero (2010), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • Amaranth & Ash (2010), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • Rust Belt (2009), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • Libyrinth (2009), Tor Books (as Pearl North)
  • The Book of the Night (2012), Tor Books (As Pearl North)
  • Instinct (2009), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • Virgin (2008), Loose Id (as Jessica Freely)
  • "The Bear Child," Dark Recesses Press issue #8, Summer 2007
  • Introduction to Edgar Rice Burroughs’ "Land of Terror" (2007); Bison Books
  • "Still Life With Boobs," Talebones Magazine, Summer 2005
  • Inventing Memory (2004), Tor Books
  • Accidental Creatures (1998), Tor Books
  • "The House" - short story, Realms of Fantasy, April 1997
  • The Nature of Smoke (1996) Tor Books
  • "Chango is a Dog" - short story, Nova Express, Winter 1991
  • "Fountain Blues," Athena Press, Winter-Spring 1990
  • "Ravenbone," Bristlecone Magazine (1989)


  • Gaylactic Spectrum Award for Best Novel - Accidental Creatures (1999)



  • Winner of the Gaylactic Spectrum Award for LGBTQ science fiction for Accidental Creatures
  • André Norton Award Finalist for The Boy from Ilysies
  • Japanese translation of novel The Nature of Smoke shortlisted for the Sense of Gender Award.
  • Nebula Award finalist for short story "Still Life with Boobs"