Jennie Wood is the creator and writer of Flutter, a graphic novel series published by 215 Ink. Featured in The New York Times, Boston Globe, and on Law & Order: SVU, Flutter is one of the best LGBT graphic novels of 2013 and 2015, according to The Advocate. Bleeding Cool lists Flutter as one of the 15 best indie comics of 2014. Flutter, Volume Two: Don’t Let Me Die Nervous has been named a 2015 Graphic Novel Diversity Award Honor Book by the Virginia Library Association. Comic Legend Gail Simone calls Flutter “a truly thrilling graphic novel.”
Jennie is also the author of the YA novel, A Boy Like Me, which is a Next Generation Indie Book Awards finalist, an INDIEFAB Book of the Year finalist, and one of Foreword Reviews’ 10 Best Indie YA novels for 2014. She is an ongoing contributor to the award-winning, New York Times best-selling FUBAR comic anthologies. Jennie’s most recent work, Charada, can be found in Singularity: Rise of the Posthumans, the first anthology in a series introducing a new breed of superheroes.
Born and raised in North Carolina, Jennie currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts, where she’s written non-fiction features for infoplease.com for the last five years. She also teaches at Grub Street, Boston’s independent writing center. When she’s not writing, Jennie is usually playing her Fender Lone Star Stratocaster really LOUD.