Jane Harris is the author of “The Observations”. Jane Harris was born in Belfast, and was brought up in Glasgow. She has been awarded both an MA and a PhD in Creative Writing from the UEA. Jane Harris has also written short films, 2 of which were nominated for BAFTAs (for “Going Down” in 2001, and “Bait” in 1999), the earliest being “Bubbles” in 1997. From 1992 to 1994, she was writer-in-residence in HMP Durham. In 2000, Jane Harris was given a Writer’s Award from the Arts Council of England. She lives in East London. “The Observations” has been chosen as Waterstone’s Book of the Month for April.
So the 1980s were one long orgy of champagne and shoulder pads? – a Jane Harris article for “The Guardian”
Well, if that doesn’t cap it all – Jane Harris’s interview with “The Guardian”
Books from Scotland – their interview with Jane Harris
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