Narrelle M Harris writes crime, fantasy, horror and romance/erotic fiction.

Her first novel, crime/thriller, Fly By Night (2004), was nominated for a Ned Kelly Award. Her other novels are Witch Honour (2005), Witch Faith (2007), The Opposite of Life (2008), Walking Shadows (2012) and her short story collection Showtime (2012). The Adventure of the Colonial Boy, her first romance novel, came out in 2016 with UK publisher, Improbable Press.

Other short works have been published in Outside the Law #3, Best Zombie Tales Volume 2, The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy & Horror, Encounters and Queermance anthologies 1 and 2. In 2016, she has (to date) short stories appearing in the Intrepid Horizons and And Then… anthologies.

With Clan Destine Press’s “Encounters” imprint, Narrelle has three romance/erotica series – Secret Agents, Secret Lives (heteromance), The Talbott and Burns Mysteries and Hammer and Tongue (both queermance). She has had several other short romances published with Queermance and Escape Publishing.

Narrelle has a background in theatre and public speaking. She speaks at libraries, bookstores and other events. In 2009, Narrelle was a regular guest on radio show The Outland Institute on Joy 94.9FM, as the show’s book expert. That same year, she was Guest of Honour at Melbourne science fiction convention, Continuum 5. She has been a guest speaker for the MEAA and the ASA about e-readers and apps, and has appeared on 96.5 Inner FM on Lucille Hughes’ Reading and Writing program.

If you would like to engage Narrelle as a speaker for your library, school or organisation,
contact her on 0421 024 474 or


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