Jameyanne with her arm around Mopsy and her cheek against Mopsy's head


My name is Jameyanne Fuller, and I’m a writer and a 1L at Harvard Law School.


I graduated from Kenyon College in 2014 with a B.A. in English and creative writing and an Italian minor. I spent a year in Assisi, Italy as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, and this past year I volunteered at the New Hampshire Disabilities Rights Center while I applied to law school.


I write young adult fantasy and historical fiction, and I read everything. My work has placed in the 2014 and 2015 Dell Award and has been published in Abyss and Apex and Cast of Wonders. I am a graduate of the Alpha SF/F/H Workshop for Young Writers and the Kenyon Review Young Writer’s Workshop.  I’m particularly interested in depictions of family relationships and memory in fiction, as well as the use of language and narrative strategy.  When I’m not reading or writing, I enjoy playing the clarinet, hiking, knitting, and cuddling with my Seeing Eye dog, Mopsy.


To find out more, check out my blog and my work, or find me on Twitter @JameyanneFuller.


5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Jameyanne, I have been reading you blog and wow it is so interesting. You write so well, I feel I am also there in Italy. I hope you are doing well. Seems like you just left and here it is February. I will continue to follow your writing.

    Auntie Gina


  2. Happy to hear that all is well. We’re all interested in you giving your cousins a full report on all that is going on with your teaching.

    Lots of love,
    John and Anne-Marie


  3. Wow! What an incredible adventure that you are on. Keep on moving mountains! You are making a difference.

    your cousin Elizabeth


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