Jessica Barksdale Inclan
Pseudonym for Jessica Inclan.
JESSICA BARKSDALE INCLAN is the author of twelve traditionally published novels, including the best-selling Her Daughter's Eyes, The Matter of Grace, and When You Believe. Her next novel How to Bake a Man is forthcoming in the fall from Ghostwoods Books. She has also published several ebooks and a women's studies textbook, Diverse Voices of Women. Her work had been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, and Czech. Inclán teaches composition, creative writing, mythology, and women’s literature at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California, and online novel writing courses for UCLA Extension. Her short stories and poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Rockhurst Review, Flywheel, The Salt Hill Journal, The Drum, The West Wind Review, Compass Rose, Gargoyle and many other journals and newspapers. She is a 2002 recipient of the CAC Artist’s Fellowship in Literature. Her short story Open Eyes was given first prize by Sandra Cisneros for El Andar magazine's 2000 writing contest. Ms. Inclán has degrees in sociology and English literature from CSU Stanislaus and a Master’s degree in English literature from SFSU. Ms. Inclán lives in Oakland, California with her husband and is currently at work on a young adult novel.
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Books:The Play's The Thing, May 2021
How To Bake A Man, November 2014
Paperback / e-Book
The Instant When Everything Is Perfect, February 2006
Walking With Her Daughter, April 2005
One Small Thing, April 2004
When You Go Away, April 2003
The Matter Of Grace, May 2002
Her Daughter's Eyes, May 2001