Books:To Begin Again
(All Things That Matter Press, 2011), Musical Chairs
(All Things That Matter Press, 2010)
Jen Knox earned her MFA from Bennington College in 2010. She works as a creative writing professor at San Antonio College and copy editor at Frost & Sullivan. Jen mentors for the PEN American Center. She was nonfiction editor for The Bennington Review (2010) and Quiz & Quill (2007); she worked as a fiction reader for Our Stories Literary Journal and now reads submissions for PANK.
Jen's writing has won the Global Short Story Competition and was chosed for Wigleaf's 2012 Top 50. Two of her stories have received Finalist status for Glimmer Train competitions and three of her stories have received honorable mention. Her chapbook, The Aquarium, earned finalist status in the Black Lawrence Press's 2012 Black River Chapbook competition.
Jen's stories and essays have been published in Annalemma, Bananafish, Bartleby Snopes, Connotation Press, Conium, Eclectic Flash, Flashquake, Foundling Review, Fwriction, Gargoyle, The Houston Literary Journal, The Istanbul Review, JMWW, Metazen, Midwest Literary Magazine, Narrative, PANK, Pure Slush, Ramshackle Review, Short Story America, Skidrow Penthouse, Slow Trains, SLAB, Superstition Review, THRUSH, Used Furniture Review and elsewhere. Some of her work can be read here. Jen is the author of Musical Chairs and To Begin Again (Winner of the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award in Short Fiction and the Readers Favorite Award in Women's Fiction), and she is a contributing author to the Short Story America Anthology. She's currently at work on a novel entitled WE ARRIVE UNINVITED.