Jennifer Knight

Author, Ghost Writer, Columnist, Investigative Journalist

About Jennifer

Bio

Jennifer Knight is a Colorado-based freelance writer of narrative nonfiction and a part-time editorial consultant with a full-time job in the solar industry. In the second quarter of 2017, Jennifer became the sole proprietor of an independent publishing house in Durango called Bathtub Books, LLC. Before that, she studied Rhetoric and Writing at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs where she inadvertently became hooked on literature, music, comedy, weed, freedom and the American dream. Jennifer is also an ordained Dudeist priest. Knight can be reached by talk, text, email, or astral projection. She prefers astral projection. (Writing Samples)

Endorsements

"Jennifer Knight is a painfully gifted scribe lost in the throes of a nasty writing addiction. I can relate. Welcome aboard, kid. Enjoy the ride!" - Martin Torgoff, author of Can't Find My Way Home: America in the Great Stoned Age and Bop Apocalypse: Jazz, Race, the Beats, and Drugs


 "You write well. Most HST fans who send me stuff seem to think they need to smoke a bale of pot before they're up and running. If one is as smart as Hunter maybe it can be pulled off, but most aren't and never will be so I get gibberish which I throw away. Your stuff is well written and lucid. Keep up the good work." - Michael Cleverly, co-author with Bob Braudis of The Kitchen Readings: Untold Stories of Hunter S. Thompson 

Roldo, the illustrator

Underground Cartoonist, Recently Unretired

Thanks to a shared sort of lunacy and a fantastic twist of fate, Jennifer and Roldo began collaborating in 2016.

Roldo's also been a marvelous maker of music for quite some time.


"Then all we’ll have to do is take back the Arts from the control of business geeks so that Stoners can have decent, intellect-enhancing, consciousness-expanding material to entertain and inspire them and we’ll be well on our way to a World worth living in." - Roldo, to Jennifer, as if this little project of ours was going to be easy... no sweat...

Correspondence, etc.