Jen Hinst-White is a fiction writer and essayist whose work has appeared in The Common, The Missouri Review, The Southampton Review, Image Journal, Consequence and elsewhere. After working in the peace movement, she wrote a novella, A Fortune, about a girl whose mother serves in the 1991 Gulf War (published by Big Fiction, 2014). She blogs (and posts songs and quirky sermons) at jenhinstwhite.com.
Upcoming with Poetic Theater Productions:
Reading her article from Consequence Magazine “Fifteen Eggs” a weaving together of a first-person account of a Hiroshima survivor, the history of nuclear weapons, and meditations on nuclear danger as seen through the eyes of children-and parents. The reading is presented as the opener for the Saturday October 7th matinee performance of Outside Paducah: The Wars At Home as part of the Veteran Voices 2017 Series.