Jennifer Hernandez teaches immigrant youth, wrangles three sons and writes for her sanity. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and family, which also includes a black lab and a fat lap cat. She has recently performed her poetry as part of the Cracked Walnut Literary Festival and as honorable mention in the Elephant Rock flash prose contest. Her work appears in Silver Birch Press and Talking Stick, as well as other print and online journals.
Her poem, “Montage,” was published on this site on November 28, 2015.
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