After completing her B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies (architecture, English, and Psychology) at the University of Arizona, Jennie earned graduate degrees in historic preservation and law from the University of Georgia and in creative nonfiction from the University of Arizona. She has served as a research attorney for the State of Georgia, an Assistant Professor at the College of Charleston, and an editor for both creative and academic journals. Jennie’s scholarship ranges from heritage to pop culture, appearing in publications like Future Anterior and Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law, and collections on Neil Gaiman (MacFarland Press). A finalist for the Arts & Letters Rumi Prize for Poetry, Jennie’s creative writing also appears in Potomac Review, Re)verb and Knockout Literary Magazine. She teaches humanities of the Southwest and courses on critical thinking about pop culture, photography, and place.