Artful dispatches from the places where we find ourselves
Jennifer Hernandez teaches and writes in the Minneapolis area. A native of Fargo, she spent her twenties living in four different countries on three separate continents before moving back to the Midwest with her husband to raise their family. She is passionate about immigrant rights, lake cabin summers and Mexican beaches. Her work has appeared recently in Gingerbread House, Mothers Always Write, riverbabble, Silver Birch Press, and World Haiku Review. Jennifer has performed her poetry at a non-profit garage, a bike shop filled with taxidermy and in the kitchen for her three sons, who are probably her toughest audience.