Jennifer Horne grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, and has lived in Alabama since 1986. She holds a BA in the Humanities from Hendrix College, and an MA in English, an MFA in Creative Writing, and an MA in Community Counseling, all from the University of Alabama. The author of a poetry chapbook, Miss Betty's School of Dance (bluestocking press, 1997), she is also the editor of Working the Dirt: An Anthology of Southern Poets (NewSouth Books, 2003) and co-editor, with Wendy Reed, of All Out of Faith: Southern Women on Spirituality (University of Alabama Press, 2006). She has worked as a teacher in elementary, high school, college, international, and prison classrooms, and as a journal, magazine, and book editor, and has received fellowships from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the Seaside Institute. Married to Don Noble, a writer, editor, and literary interviewer, she lives in Cottondale, Alabama.
Tell the World You're A Wildflower: Short Stories, forthcoming in Fall 2014 from the University of Alabama Press
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