Jenny Block

Jenny Block began her career in words teaching college English in Virginia. Before too long, she found herself writing articles and books about everything from art to rock climbing to finding love. After that came radio and television appearances, as well as speaking engagements at universities, at museums, and even on cruise ships.

She has traveled the world and has had the pleasure of meeting and working with all kinds of people from all kinds of places doing all kinds of things. That’s when she discovered her magic-bringing out That Unicorn in all of us. Now, Jenny spends her time and her words living her truth and sharing her shine on a lake in Nowhere, Texas with her wife Robin and her two dogs: Chihuahua-terrier Walter and Chihuahua-Dachshund Aurora.

Her work appears in and on a wide variety of publications and websites, including The New York Times,,  YourTango.comAskMen.comTheDailyMeal.comDallas Morning NewsDallas VoiceEdgeDallas.comFoxNews.comOutSmart MagazineAustin Food Magazine, and American Way Magazine.

Jenny has appeared on a variety of television and radio programs, including Nightline, Fox and Friends, The Glenn Beck Show, The Tyra Banks Show, Good Morning Texas, The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet,, Playboy Radio, The Alan Colmes Show, The Young Turks, and BBC Radio, as well as on HuffPost Live, the HuffPost Sex and Love Podcast, and HuffPost’s first ever, free-standing multimedia project.

She holds both her BA and her MA in English from Virginia Commonwealth University and taught college composition for nearly ten years.

Her work has been was written up, reviewed by, and discussed both nationally and internationally in and on a variety of publications and sites, including Publishers WeeklyLibrary JournalGlamourSan Francisco ChronicleBaltimore City PaperThe GuardianWOW-WomenOnWriting.comMarie ClaireCurve, The Dallas Observer, Observer UK, Maxi (Germany), Psychologies (UK), NPR’s Morning Edition,, San Francisco Chronicle, New York Daily News, 2: The Magazine for Couples,, and the Baltimore City Paper.

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