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About Eva Hunter

Eva Hunter is an award-winning writer who has published professionally for over 20 years. Her area of specialization is short and long literary nonfiction, but she also writes literary fiction. She has taught creative writing as faculty at Portland State University, at the Art Museum School of Portland, and privately in both the United States and Mexico. A popular writing conference speaker, she is co-founder of the Portland, Oregon based Connexus, The Writer’s School, and The Writer’s Workshop: San Miguel in Mexico.

Eva’s writing credentials include The New York Times Magazine, Quii, The Quarterly, Northwest Magazine, Oregon Magazine, Portland State Magazine, The Oregonian, Oregon Business Magazine, the Boston Herald and many others. Eva’s most recent publications are the literary nonfiction book, Lord of the Dolls: Voyage In Xochimilco, and the short story, “Iris Wanted to be A Movie Star: The Kind That Sings and Dances, Too, which was included in the anthology, Solamente En San Miguel. Eva Hunter currently teaches courses in memoir, magazine and newspaper writing,   fiction, and literary nonfiction in Mexico, and in other countries. Her current work-in-progress is the memoir, A Little Mormon Girl.

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