Author: Jennifer Pashley

Jennifer Pashley's stories have appeared widely in journals such as Mississippi Review, Salt Hill, Stone Canoe, and New World Writing. She has won the Red Hen Prize for fiction, the Mississippi Review Prize for fiction, and the Carve Magazine Esoteric Award for LGBT fiction. Her first collection, States (Lewis-Clark Press/Sandhills Press, 2007), was hailed by Aimee Bender as "an inviting and well-carved debut." A graduate of LeMoyne College and Binghamton University, she has taught writing at Syracuse University and at the Syracuse YMCA's Downtown Writer's Center. She lives with her family in Clinton, New York.

The Conjurer
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The Conjurer

Standing Stone Books

Fiction. LGBT Studies. "Jennifer Pashley is a phenomenal young writer with perfect pitch for the messy world we all live in now. THE CONJURER is riddled with romance and terror, anxiety and mystery, threat and uneasy relief. All our frailties are on...

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