If you’d like to read more of Jayne’s work, check out these links.

Mint Springs,” selected Judge’s Choice in the 2016 Still Journal Fiction Contest, judged by Amy Greene.

Dry Ground,” Appalachian Heritage, Special Fiction Section: Deep Waters, Spring 2016

View from Within,” Sequestrum Literature & Art, 2018.

A Score Lower Than My Age,” Deep South Magazine, December 2015.

Tidings,” Luna Station Quarterly, 2015.


Coming through Cumberland Gap," The Paddock Review, Spring 2018.

"Drowned Town," Kentucky Monthly, 2018 Penned Poetry Contest. 


Book reviews and columns
The Man Who Loved Birds by Fenton Johnson,

Appalachian Heritage, Summer 2016.

Utopia Drive: A Road Trip Through America’s Most Radical Idea by Erik Reece

Appalachian Heritage, Fall 2016.

Regional Books for the Holidays

Courier-Journal, December 2016.

Garth Greenwell: From Flunking English to Celebrated Author,

Courier-Journal, February 2016.

These Are March’s Must-Read Books by Kentucky Authors,”

Courier-Journal, March 2017.

Creative Nonfiction

"Dog and Bone," Deep South Magazine, June 2019.

"Life on the Backside," Kentucky Monthly, 2013. 


"Being Santa," Kentucky Monthly, 2013.

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