Jeffrey Ihlenfeldt

writing, reading, ruminating

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crop book final2Publications

                        Journals:

                        Adelaide Literary Magazine, (“Root”)

                        Adirondack Review, (“Civil Disobedience”)

Adirondack Review, (“In the Country of the Blind”)

                        Ascent, (“Admire It While You Can”)

                        Ascent, (“The Chant of Four Rain Horse”)

Columbia Review, (“Life Insurance”)

                        Cumberland River Review, (“Reciting the Histories”)

Farmer’s Market, (“Speaking of Lewis”)

                      Ginosko, (“The Myth of Empty Rooms”)

                      Louisville Review, (“Ice Upon Glass”)

                        Milo Review, (“The Border and the Sand”)

                     Owen Wister Review, (“Watermark”)

Quiddity, (“The Onion”)                    

Solstice Magazine, (“The Red Hills”)

                     Southern Humanities Review, (“Sonora”)

                     Story Quarterly, (“The Complete and Unabridged History of Guns”)

Third Wednesday, (“Submerged”)

Verdad, (“Perennials”)

Verdad, (“The Getaway”)

Worcester Review, (“Dust and the Moon”)

Anthologies:

Food and Other Enemies: Stories of Consuming Desire, (“Romanza”) Essex Press

Awards

Best of the Net (nominee) – 2014

Fulton Prize in Short Fiction (finalist) – 2012

Fulton Prize in Short Fiction (finalist) – 2010

                       Writer-in-Residence

Ledig House International Writers’ Colony, Ghent, NY

Artists’ Enclave at I-Park, East Haddam, CT

Artcroft Center for Arts and Humanities, Carlisle, KY

Readings, Workshops, and Presentations

Lancaster Book Festival, Lancaster, PA

Greater Reading Literary Festival, Reading, PA

Wildwood Writers’ Festival, Harrisburg, PA

Creative Impulses. Clockhouse Writers’ Conference

Proof of Art: Engaging Life with Process. Clockhouse Writers’ Conference

The Sympathetic Vision. Clockhouse Writers’ Conference

Write What You Don’t Know: Expanding Experience. West Windsor-

Plainsboro High School, Princeton, NJ

Frankenstein: Loss of Humanity in the Pursuit of Technology. Humanities Symposium, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster, PA

Brutality and Reason, Morality and Music: Language and the Writer’s Approach to Protest in Black American Literature. Humanities Symposium, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster, PA

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  1. Thanks so much.

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