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An Ohio-born writer, Jen Knox's writing has been featured in The Best Small Fictions 2017 (Braddock Avenue Books), The Adirondack Review, Chicago Tribune's Printers Row, Chicago Quarterly Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, Fiction Southeast, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, MJI News, The Saturday Evening Post, The Santa Fe Writers Project Quarterly, NPR, and Sequestrum, among others. Jen's writing has been nominated for a Pushcart and multiple Best of the Net anthologies. She is a Writing Coach, educator, and the Academic Programs Manager at OSU's Leadership Initiative. Jen earned her BA in English from Otterbein and her MFA from Bennington. She is the author of After the Gazebo (NYC, New York: Rain Mountain Press), and she recently completed a collection of short fabulist fiction, The Glass City, which won the 2016 Prize Americana (Hollywood Books International). An excerpt of The Glass City also earned finalist status in the 2016 Calvino Prize from The University of Louisville. Jen's work has earned finalist status in the Dundee International Book Competition and a semifinalist status in the Book Pipeline Competition. Find her here: www.jenknox.com

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Rideshare

Published Mar 3, 2019 · 2,352 words (9 minutes)

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"Am I dead?”  “You should be so lucky. All this craziness going on in your world.” As she spoke, a child who looked like Peter from The Snowy Day, the first book I remember reading, ran alongside us on the street in his red suit.

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West on N Road

Published Feb 12, 2019 · 3,746 words (14 minutes)

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"Rattle walked the loop at sunrise and sunset. At dawn, he was quick-footed, ignoring joints that ached and scraped as though rusted. He pushed on, to the first big rock, shaking the bones and waking the tendons. The stiffness would ease after a quarter-mile."

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Our Sky, the Ocean

Published Dec 19, 2018 · 735 words (3 minutes) · 300 views

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Two sisters learn to see the world in new ways.

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The Suit

Published Dec 14, 2018 · 2,261 words (9 minutes) · 243 views

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"Miranda could get anyone to smile, and there was nowhere people needed to smile more than on public transportation in northwestern Ohio."

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Late Bus in Cluj Napoca, Romania, under heavy snow
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10-4

Published Nov 23, 2018 · 4,247 words (16 minutes) · 109 views

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Jeff will be my first arrest. I don’t dislike the guy, but it’ll be easy, make me look tough out of the gate. The first arrest is a big deal, and I happen to know that Jeff will break the law any given day he finds breath in his lungs.

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Senile Cradle

Published Nov 15, 2018 · 3,073 words (12 minutes) · 257 views

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An unexpected visitor shows up in the garage on a winter day.

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Freight

Published Oct 28, 2018 · 4,487 words (17 minutes) · 150 views

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Molly's brother is taking a video game too far. It's up to her to stop him before he loses everything.

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Gather the Ingredients

Published Oct 10, 2018 · 5,838 words (22 minutes) · 239 views

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Lost Her Way

Published Oct 1, 2018 · 3,623 words (14 minutes) · 1 view

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Open Times

Published Sep 15, 2018 · 2,380 words (9 minutes) · 2 likes · 703 views

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An overworked doctor faces emergency surgery, a dearth of caffeine, and the challenge to inspire (or scare off) a group of med students—all before 8am. An Ohio-born writer, Jen Knox's work has been featured in The Best Small Fictions and nominated for a Pushcart prize, among many others.

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