Jenny Hendrix

Jenny Hendrix is an un-Google-able freelance writer living in Brooklyn.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Dancing in the Air

Perhaps an essential thing Kundera's late style reveals is that the senile sublime has lurked in his prose all along....


Lost and Saved

because of its ornateness, Ausubel’s prose seems to float around the idea of trauma...


In Limbo

"We will all be destroyed whether we like it or not. I say let's like it."...

In Limbo
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