Jessica Hagemann is an award-winning author from the Midwest. She earned her bachelor’s degrees in English and Anthropology from the University of Notre Dame, where she was the 2009 recipient of the Richard T. Sullivan Prize in Fiction Writing. Jess then completed an MFA in Writing and Poetics at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa University. Her work has appeared in PANK Magazine, Gambling the Aisle, Esque Magazine, Devilfish Review, Inquiring Mind, The Oklahoma Review, Bombay Gin, and Kweli Journal, where her piece “Sheer Like Gauze” took first place in the 2012 nonfiction essay contest. Jess previously worked as an editorial assistant at the University of Notre Dame Press and now contributes to the blog for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, where she works in Accessions.
Jessica Hagemann is a contributor to Nerve Lantern issue 6.
last updated 2-2-13