Bari Lynn Hein’s short stories are published in The Saturday Evening Post (awarded runner-up in the Great American Fiction contest, 2018), daCunha (Editor’s Choice, 2016) and HCE Review, and forthcoming in The Ilanot Review. Two adapted excerpts from 13 STORIES – now on submission – have won awards: placement on a shortlist of 12 (out of 600+ submissions) in the 2018 OWT Short Fiction Prize, and runner-up in the 48thJerry Jazz Musician Short Fiction Contest, publication forthcoming. Her current obsession is a manuscript set in a Russian shtetl at the turn of the twentieth century.

She and her husband, artist Gregory Hein, live in the D.C. Metro area. They have two creative daughters. All photos on this website, with the exception of the beautiful scene illustrating RINASCITA, are from Ms. Hein’s personal collection.