Bari Lynn Hein’s stories are published or forthcoming in dozens of journals across eleven countries, among them The Saturday Evening Post, CALYX, Mslexia, Literary Mama, 3Elements Review, The Ilanot Review, Jewish Fiction, Modern Literature, decomp, The Wild Word, Samjoko, and Bosphorus Review of Books, as well as three anthologies. Her prose has been awarded finalist placement in several national and international writing competitions.
Now she’s at work on a novel set at the turn of the twentieth century, the first in a planned trilogy about five generations of a Jewish family.
She’s happy to be working with her agent, Elizabeth Trupin-Pulli, of JET Literary Associates, Inc.
Bari reads flash fiction for Fractured Lit. She’s a wife–of painter Gregory Hein–mother, feminist, optimist, amateur genealogist, art lover, music lover, and former bakery manager who still loves to bake… all of which factor into her writing.
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