We wanted to shine a light on mental health struggles that often go unnoticed and to dispel harmful stereotypes about mental illness.
Jenni Milton is a queer writer who studied at Connecticut College, Oxford University and the Columbia Publishing Course. After graduating, she worked in book and magazine publishing at One Story, Oxford University Press, and Grove Atlantic. She earned her MFA at the Programs in Writing at UC Irvine, where she taught composition, fiction writing and literary journalism. In her final year of the program, she was Fiction Editor of the Pushcart Prize-winning journal Faultline. She now works as a freelance copywriter. In her spare time, she volunteers at The Head & The Hand, mentors a young writer at Girls Write Now, and plays violin with the Roxborough Orchestra. She has published work in Juked and A Distant Memory Zine and is working on a novel.
Favorite Authors & Artists
Carmen Maria Machado, Esmé Weijun Wang, Melissa Broder