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Greetings! I’m a writer, editor, and teacher, and I enjoy connecting with readers and other writers. From 2017 to 2021, I served as Alabama's Poet Laureate. My latest book is a poetry chapbook, "Borrowed Light," and my current writing projects are a literary history in the form of narrative nonfiction based on the lives of the writer Sara Mayfield and her friends, a collection of poems about my late father, and a co-edited collection of essays about southern women, aging, and creativity. I call this blog and website "A Map of the World" because I think that, as writers, we each map the world through our own lives and imaginations. Welcome to my particular map! To get in touch, you can email me at forjenhorne@gmail.com or find me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/for.jen.horne where I post a Mid-Week Poetry Break every Wednesday.

Online resources

Below, you can find links to online publications, reviews, articles, and print interviews, and audio recordings:

Links to online publications:

"One Poet Laureate on Place (and the Pandemic)," guest blog post, residency series, for periodicities: a journal of poetry and poetics, Jan. 2, 2021.

"Jennifer Horne Wrestles with Her Conscience," Guest blog for The Story Prize, November 2014.

"Tineretului" (chapbook), in The Chapbook, Vol. 2, Fall 2013.

"Blue," October 2012 Birmingham Arts Journal.

"Business or Pleasure" in the Southern Women's Review.

"Why I Live At the Albert Pike Hotel" in Muscadine Lines.

"Other People's Dogs" in the Arkansas Literary Forum.

"1957" in PMS 11, 2012, at PMS: poemmemoirstory.

Reviews, articles, and interviews:



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