Corran Harrington

New Mexico, United States

Corran Harrington (also writing as Connie Harrington) is a Pushcart Prize nominee, a 2014 Bosque Fiction Contest finalist, and a New Millennium Writings Award semifinalist.  Her novella and linked story collection, "The River Reader," was a Hidden River Arts international writing competition finalist, and a 2013 Santa Fe Writers Project fiction finalist.  An excerpt from the novella was published in Bosque (the magazine).  Harrington's short stories have appeared in Rosebud (two stories), Beloit Fiction Journal, Connecticut Review, Yemassee, The MacGuffin, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, Bryant Literary Review, ByLine Magazine, American Literary Review, Hawaii Review, Oasis, The Jabberwock Review, and The Pikeville Review.  An essay was published in Think Journal. Harrington has been a lawyer, and also has a background in cultural and linguistic anthropology.


  • Fiction and Freelance Writer
  • Lawyer (1985 - 2012)


  • Bachelor of Arts in Cultural & Linguistic Anthropology from University of New Mexico
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communicative Disorders from University of New Mexico
  • Doctoral Degree in Law from University of New Mexico School of Law

Genres of Interest

Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Screenwriting, Poetry