Me in Positano

Jennifer Marie Donahue’s writing has appeared in Catapult, Grist: A  Journal of the Literary Arts, The Rumpus, Pidgeonholes, Yalobusha Review, Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment, and elsewhere. Her work has been named a finalist for the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction, the Barry Hannah Fiction Prize, and the So to Speak! Nonfiction Prize. She has attended workshops at Tin House, VQR, Sirenland, The Squaw Valley Community of Writers, Wishing Stone, and has been awarded merit scholarships from the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing and from Grub Street. She lives in Massachusetts.

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