Jennie Hogan has been an priest in the Church of England for over a decade. She is a northerner, a lesbian, a trainee psychotherapist, a bit trans, and a Londoner. Previously a chaplain at Chelsea College of Art, she is now a chaplain at Goodenough College in Bloomsbury, where she provides a listening ear for over 700 postgraduate students of all faiths and none from around the world. On Sundays she assists at St George’s Bloomsbury, an LGBTQ welcoming church. She recently completed an MA in Modern English Literature focusing on the poetry of T.S. Eliot. This is My Body is her first book. Her novel, A Respectable Servant, currently awaits publication.
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