Jehn Johnson lives in the desert in the interior of British Columbia.
She has been writing for most of her life in an attempt to make sense of the world around her. She’s still working on it.
Her poetry and essays have appeared in The We'Moon datebook, Silver Apples Magazine, The Tincture Journal, The Fractured Nuance, and as a guest blog for Fattitude the movie. In 2015 she exhibited a body of work she collaborated on with her sister, a visual artist, in which mixed media pieces were created based on her poetry.
She is hard at work on her first novel as you read this.