Jeff Hill graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A proud alumnus of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and regular participant of National Novel Writing Month, Script Frenzy, and the Clarion West Write-a-thon, he is also a past participant of the Nebraska Summer Writers Conference, the Sarah Lawrence College Summer Seminar for Writers in New York, and the Chicago House of Two Urns Winter Writers Residency. His current projects include a supernatural novel about a school shooting and a collection of inter-connected short stories.
Jeff Hill's published fiction has appeared in Weirdyear, Cuento Magazine, Weekly Artist, Writing Raw, Microhorror, Fiction 365, Flashes in the Dark, Postcard Shorts, Static Movement, Eunoia Review, The Cynic Online Magazine, Linguistic Erosion, The Rusty Nail, Apocrypha and Abstractions, and Larks Fiction Magazine.
Jeff Hill is a molder and corrupter of young minds by day and a short story writer, pop culture blogger, and novelist by night. His writing style has been compared to the work of Patricia Highsmith, only if she were male, born now, and grew up reading comic books and watching teen soap operas. Take that for what it’s worth, but remember this: Though he may not control the world per se, he’s always on the guest list of the parties of those who do. His genre has been defined as speculative fiction, more specifically magic realism with a touch of dark satire.
Jeff Hill wants to complete a new short story draft every day of the Write-a-thon.
Jeff Hill wants to raise a total of $1,000 for Clarion West.