Joanne Michèle Sylvie HARRIS

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1964-07-03
Education Wakefield Girls' HS, Barnsley Sixth Form Coll, St Catharine's Coll Cambridge (MA), Univ of Sheffield (PGCE)
Books & Publications The Evil Seed (1989), Sleep, Pale Sister (1993), Chocolat (1999, Creative Freedom Award 2000, Whittaker Gold 2001; shortlisted: Whitbread Novel of the Year Award 2000, Scripter Award 2001; film version nominated for 8 BAFTAs and 5 Oscars), Blackberry Wine (2000, winner Foreign and Int categories Salon du Livre Gourmand), Five Quarters of the Orange (2001; shortlisted: RNA Novel of the Year, Author of the Year 2002, WHSmith Award 2002), Coastliners (2002), The French Kitchen: A Cookbook (with Fran Warde, 2002), Holy Fools (2003), Jigs and Reels (2004), The French Market: A Cookbook (with Fran Warde, 2005), Gentlemen and Players (2005, shortlisted Edgar Award USA 2007), The Lollipop Shoes (2007), Runemarks (2007), Blueeyedboy (2010), Runelight (2011), Peaches for Monsieur le Curé (2012), A Cat, a Hat and a Piece of String (2012), The Gospel of Loki (2014), The Little Book of Chocolat (with Fran Warde, 2014)
Recreations N/A
Clubs N/A
Style Mrs Joanne Harris, MBE
Career writer; Hon DLitt: Univ of Huddersfield 2003, Univ of Sheffield 2004
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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