Split/Lip Press Presents: Why We Depart: Genre Bending Across Nonfiction Lines
Saturday, April 23 3:00pm PDT @ YouTube
Jeannine Ouellette’s debut memoir, The Part That Burns, was a Kirkus Top 100 Indie Book of 2021 and a finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Award in Women's Literature. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Narrative, LA Review of Books, North American Review, Masters Review, Penn Review, and more, as well as in many anthologies, including Ms. Aligned: Women Writing About Men; Women's Lives: Multicultural Perspectives; and Passed On: Daughters Write About Father Loss, Lack, and Legacy. A fellow of Millay Colony for the Arts and Brush Creek Foundation, Jeannine teaches creative writing through Catapult, the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop, The University of Minnesota, and Elephant Rock, an independent program she founded in 2012. She is working on her first novel.