A powerful, extremely moving tale about motherhood, the choices we make, and the impact we can have on one another. Highly recommended.
— Robin Nesbin,
A moving, beautiful story about what persists and what doesn’t, about what can be repaired and what can’t. This is a tale focused and personal, but also large and philosophical.
—Karen Joy Fowler, author of
We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
Into the Forest, the story of two sisters struggling to survive after the collapse of technological society, has been adapted to the big screen. Directed by Patricia Rozema, the film stars Ellen Page (who also serves as co-producer) and Evan Rachel Wood. It premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September, 2015, had a theatrical run in 2016, and is now available on a number of online and on-demand video services.
Her latest book, Still Time, was released in September, 2015 to enthusiastic early acclaim.
Jean enjoys presenting at writers conferences and workshops; check the events page or look below for information on upcoming events.
A native of Washington state, Jean lives in northern California on 55 acres of second-growth forest. She has taught creative and literature for many years, both in California and abroad.