Jennifer Case’s first book, Sawbill: A Search for Place, was published by the University of New Mexico Press in March 2018, and her essays have appeared in journals such as Orion, Sycamore Review, Fourth River, North American Review, and Zone 3, among others. She is the recipient of a Bread Loaf Bakeless Scholarship and Stone Canoe‘s 2014 Allen and Nirelle Galson Prize in Fiction. After earning her Master’s Degree in poetry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she attended Binghamton University, where her PhD focused on creative nonfiction and place studies. She is now an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of Central Arkansas and the Assistant Nonfiction Editor of Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural Environments.
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“Jennifer Case embarks on a personal journey, rediscovering the vast beauty of an almost pristine landscape as well as a complicated inner landscape as she surveys the boundaries of family bonds, love of the land, and our inexplicable, inextricable connections to place.”
—Jill McCabe Johnson, author of Diary of the One Swelling Sea
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