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University of Washington

1959 NE Pacific Ave. HSB K-081, Box 357470

Seattle, Washington 98195

United States

Company Description

The TEAMcare program was developed by a unique collaboration between University of Washington and the Group Health Research Institute. The multi-disciplinary team has collaborated for 25 years, developing models to improve the quality of care and outcomes ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Writers In Performance

Manhattan Theatre Club

Novel Writing Sequence Teacher

The Writer's Workshop

Affiliations

Member of the National Book Critics Circle
PEN American Center

Editor
Switched-on Gutenberg

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Jana Harris teaches the novel writing sequence for The Writer's Workshop. She is a novelist, short story writer, poet and essayist. Her award-winning books include the novel Alaska, a Book-of-the-Month Club alternate selection. Born in San Francisco and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she worked for six years as director of Writers in Performance at the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York. She now lives with her husband in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where they raise horses. Ms. Harris teaches the novel writing sequence for The Writer's Workshop and at the University of Washington where she is editor and founder of Switched-on Gutenberg (http://www.switched-ongutenberg.org), one of the first electronic poetry journals of the English-speaking world. Her second novel, The Pearl of Ruby City was released from St. Martin's Press. In 2001 she won a Pushcart Prize for poetry. Jana is a member of the National Book Critics Circle, PEN, Poetry Society of America, and AWP. Recently she has been writer-in-residence at the University of Wyoming, St. Catherine's College (St. Paul, MN), and Washington State University.


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Jana Harris has published nine books of poetry, including You Haven't Asked Me About My Wedding or What I Wore, Poems of Courtship on the American Frontier, recently released by The University of Alaska Press. Other titles include: We Never Speak of It, Idaho-Wyoming Poems, 1889-90 (Ontario Review Press, 2003), The Dust of Everyday Life (Sasquatch Books, 1997), and Oh How Can I Keep On Singing?: Voices of Pioneer Women (Ontario Review Books, 1993). She has released two novels, and a memoir called Horses Never Lie about Love.
Jana teaches creative writing online at the University of Washington and The Writer's Workshop. She lives on a farm in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where she raises horses.


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Among others, we welcome poets Jana Harris, Alicia Ostriker, Daniel Halpern, Alice Fulton, and Jacqueline Woodson, who will be here for Young People's Poetry Day.

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Jana Harris teaches creative writing at the University of Washington and at the Writer's Workshop in Seattle. She is editor of the global poetry journal Switched-on Gutenberg. Her poetry publications include You Haven't Asked About My Wedding or What I Wore: Poems of Courtship on the American Frontier (2014); Oh How Can I Keep on Singing? Voices of Pioneer Women (1993); The Dust of Everyday Life, An Epic Poem of the Northwest (1997); and We Never Speak of It: Idaho-Wyoming Poems, 1889-90 (2003).


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Jana Harris has been a Washington State Governor's Writers Award winner and a PEN West Center Award finalist. Born in San Francisco and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she worked for six years as the director of Writers in Performance at the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York. She now lives with her husband in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where they raise horses. She studies the riding discipline of dressage and competes.
Ms. Harris teaches creative writing at the University of Washington. She is the editor and founder of Switched-on Gutenberg, one of the first electronic poetry journals in the English-speaking world. Her seventh book of poems,The Dust of Everyday Life: An Epic Poem of the Pacific Northwest , an epic concerning the lives of forgotten Northwest pioneers (Sasquatch), won the 1998 Andres Berger Award; she was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Manhattan As a Second Language. Her poetry book Oh How Can I Keep On Singing?: Voices of Pioneer Women was adapted for television.
Jana's new book from University of Alaska Press is out, "You Haven't asked About My Wedding or What I Wore;" Poems of Courtship on the American Frontier.
In the next few months Jana will perform readings from this book at venues in the Pacific northwest.
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Ms. Harris: Horses Never Lie About Love is a wonderful book!


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Jana Harris
A poet, novelist, short story writer, and essayist, Jana Harris's award-winning books include Manhattan as a Second Language, Poems( Harper & Row) and Oh How Can I Keep On Singing? Voices of Pioneer Women, Poems (Ontario Press, Princeton), both Pulitzer Prize nominees. Oh How Can I Keep On Singing? was a Washington State Governor's Writers Award winner, a PEN West Center Award finalist, and has been adapted for educational television, as well as for the stage. Her novel Alaska was a Book-of-the-Month Club alternate selection. Born in San Francisco and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she worked for six years as director of Writers in Performance at the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York. She now lives with her husband in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, where they raise horses. Ms. Harris teaches creative writing at the University of Washington where she is editor and founder of Switched-on Gutenberg, one of the first electronic poetry journals of the English-speaking world. Her seventh book of poems, The Dust of Everyday Life, an epic concerning the lives of forgotten Northwest pioneers, (Sasquatch) won the 1998 Andres Berger Award. Her second novel, The Pearl of Ruby City was released from St. Martin's Press. In 2001 she won a Pushcart Prize for poetry. Jana is a member of the National Book Critics Circle, PEN, Poetry Society of America, and AWP. Recently she has been writer-in-residence at the University of Wyoming, St. Catherine's College (St. Paul, MN), and Washington State University. Her eighth collection of poetry We Never Speak of It, Idaho-Wyoming Poems, 1889 (Ontario) was published in 2003 and nominated for the Kingsley Tufts Award. She won a Reader's Choice Award in poetry from Prairie Schooner in 2004.
"The work of Jana Harris is unique in American writing.
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Jana Harris is currently working on a book of prose poems about weddings among pioneer settlers.
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Ten years after her award-winning montage of verse monologues, Oh How Can I Keep on Singing: Voices of Pioneer Women, Harris uses the same form to limn a year in a late-nineteenth-century farming and mining area on the Idaho-Wyoming border.
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Harris' earlier book was successfully dramatized, and this book, too, would make a splendid performance piece.
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Award-winning poet Jana Harris tells the inspiring story of her twenty-four year relationship with a troubled but beautiful, blood-red feral mare who, in spite of her troubled past, has a talent for healing and helping every human and other being she comes into contact with.
In Horses Never Lie About Love, Harris lyrically recounts how this wounded, implacable beast held a magical influence over the other horses of the ranch and how she eased uncannily into the role of mother after having a foal. In time she became the heart of the ranch-now thirty-three years old, she is a matriarchal presence without whom the other horses cannot sleep at night, and whose quiet wisdom transmits strength of character that transcends the thin line between animals and the humans they love.

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