About

Jennie is writer who makes her home on the west coast of the continental USA. When she puts words down onto paper, they almost always form something resembling genre fiction.

She wrote her undergraduate thesis on the ability of science fiction to act as a critical medium reflective of real-world circumstances, and she is virtually unable to get through a film without contemplating its sociopolitical ramifications.

These days, she makes her living by holding classes for small children on science-related topics. While she teaches them about chemistry, archaeology, engineering, and other such subjects, her students teach her to keep an open mind and ask lots of questions.

She enjoys cartoons, seasonal knitting, and copious amounts of tea.

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