Jenna Leigh Evans' debut novel Prosperity was awarded first prize for a North Street Book Award. Her short fiction and essays have appeared in The American, The Toast, The Billfold, Autostraddle, The Nervous Breakdown, Gaslight, FragLit, The Valley Advocate, the literary journal of the Henry Miller Library, and In Pieces: An Anthology of Fragmentary Writing, among others. She also writes book reviews for Electric Literature. She's a LAMBDA Literary Fiction fellow and a Barbara Deming Memorial Fund grantee.
She was born in1969 [see her imaginary PhD thesis, PTSD and the Mid-Seventies Sitcom]. She is as gay as a pansy in Gertrude Stein's buttonhole. She lives in Brooklyn.
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