An Ohio-born writer, Jen Knox's fiction has been featured in over seventy online and print publications. Some of her recent work can be found inThe Adirondack Review, Chicago Tribune's Printers Row, Chicago Quarterly Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, Fiction Southeast, MJI News, The Saturday Evening Post, The Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly, and Sequestrum, among others. She is a Writing Coach and educator in San Antonio. She directs Gemini Ink's Writers in Communities program, which offers free writing workshops in homeless shelters, detention centers, and other community settings.
Jen earned her BA in English from Otterbein and her MFA from Bennington. She is the author of After the Gazebo (NYC, New York: Rain Mountain Press), and she recently completed a collection of short eco-fiction, The Glass City, which won the 2016 Prize Americana for Prose and is forthcoming from Hollywood Books International. An excerpt of The Glass City, "Our Sky, the Ocean" earned finalist status in the 2016 Calvino Prize from The University of Louisville. Contact Jen about writing, coaching, or speaking engagements here. Read a few stories online here.