Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jenna Moquin began writing at age seven and hasn’t stopped since. In high school she won several writing competitions, and went on to attend Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts where she studied creative writing. After having a few pieces published in the literary journal Kaleidoscope, Jenna accepted an offer to join the staff sophomore year and eventually became co-editor of the journal.
When she graduated college and got into the real world of rent and bills, Jenna struggled to find time to write. She conceptualized a story about the last vampire on earth, and over the years the characters in the story took over and it became something else. DELUDED BLOOD was released in 2012, and her short story collection SAFE was released in April 2016.
Her latest work ZILLAH, a Gothic horror centering around three families in a small Massachusetts town, is currently unpublished. Jenna lives in the Boston area where she is working on her latest story.