Karen Joy Fowler

Karen Joy Fowler is a science fiction author and a New York Times best-selling author. One of her best works, We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, was a Booker Prize finalist. Sony Pictures adapted the Jane Austen Book Club as a major motion picture after spending over three months in the bestseller list. Fowler’s novel Sister Noon was among the finalists for the Faulkner Award in 2001.

This talented author draws in her readers with her captivating writing style and clever plots. Having grown around books, her love for the written word started early and continues to grow with time. Fowler, a mother to grown children, lives in California with her husband.

Books in order of publication:

Standalone Novels

Sarah Canary(1991) 
The War of the Roses(1991) 
The Sweetheart Season(1996) 
Sister Noon(2001) 
The Jane Austen Book Club(2004) 
Wit’s End / The Case of the Imaginary Detective(2008) 
We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves(2013) 

Short Stories/Novellas

The Faithful Companion at Forty (in Asimov’s)(1987) 
Standing Room Only (in Asimov’s)(1997) 

Publication Order of Collections

Artificial Things(1986) 
Black Glass(1998) 
What I Didn’t See(2002)


The Science of Herself (2013)

Snow White, Blood Red Anthology Books

Snow White, Blood Red (1993)  

Black Thorn, White Rose (1994)  

Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears (1995)  

Black Swan, White Raven (1997)  

Silver Birch, Blood Moon (1999)  

Black Heart, Ivory Bones (2000)  

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