Bettina Hindes

Creative Nonfiction Writer, Translator

Berlin
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Author's Bio

Bettina Hindes studied politics at Claremont McKenna College (BA) and served in the US Army from 2003-2007, later earning a Master’s in Persian Language and Culture. After quitting a career in the defense industry, she studied theology in Stuttgart and then pursued her MFA in Creative Non-Fiction at Carlow University, Pittsburgh. Her creative writing has appeared in various places including Human Parts, The War Horse, and Stadtsprachen Magazin. She has written a memoir about her experiences in the US Army, and is working on a book of essays about migration, identity and the consequences of conflict. She was a panelist at AWP20 San Antonio, and has performed her stories live at The Moth Pittsburgh and Smutslam Berlin—where she won third place. She lives and works as a translator and creative writer in Berlin.

Publications & Prizes

Creative Nonfiction

Journals:
Eko Magazine
,
Stadtsprachen
,
The Wrath-Bearing Tree
,
Wanderlust Journal
,
War Horse

Translation

Book:
The Michael Prophecy and the Years 2012–2033: Rudolf Steiner and the Culmination of Anthroposophy by Steffen Hartmann, translated from the German (Temple Lodge Publishing, 2020)

More Information

Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Adults, Immigration, Mental Health, Teenagers, Veterans, Women
Fluent in: 
English, German
Born in: 
Raised in: 
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Last update: May 02, 2022