Elane Johnson’s nonfiction has appeared in Brevity, Hippocampus, Superstition Review, Sonora Review, The Indianapolis Star, Indystar.com, The East County Gazette and Current, among other publications.
Her award-winning “Aftermath” is featured in college creative writing curricula across the United States and internationally.
Her essay, “Porn Star,” is included in the anthology, Southern Sin: True Stories of the Sultry South and Women Behaving Badly (InFact Books, March, 2014).
Her essay, “The Other F Word,” published in the 2015 theme issue of Hippocampus magazine was a semi-finalist for the Mark Twain House & Museum 2015 Royal Nonesuch Humor Writing Contest. Elane holds an MFA (with distinction) in Creative Nonfiction. She teaches creative writing for universities online. She is married to the writer, Stephen Ulrich.
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