Unveiling the Writer
Jill Bronfman is a professor, lawyer, nonprofit worker, and parent. In recent years, her work has been published in Mothers Always Write, Talking Writing, Coffin Bell, Flock, Wanderlust, Quiet Lightning, and a variety of law and technical books and periodicals. Her work has published in Decadent Review, The Halcyone, 82 Review, The Passed Note, Storgy, Verbal, Kallisto Gaia, Main Street Rag, High Desert, Flying Ketchup, Carcosa, Genre: Urban Arts, Ripples in Space, Mothers Always Write, Talking Writing, Coffin Bell Journal, Flock, Wanderlust Journal. She has performed her work in Poets in the Parks and LitQuake and had her story about a middle-aged robot produced as a podcast.
“Having been raised in a farmer’s stucco house, I thought I’d say it was beautiful. Artists always seek beauty, right? Before I could remember how to say beautiful in Catalan, he started up again about the blue tile and was it the blue of the ocean or of the sky. And that’s when I knew he meant to find truth, and that beauty was just a house that he saw from the train that went by too fast to see.”
~Microfiction Not Barcelona