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1085 Danuta HincDanuta Hinc (https://danutahinc/contently.com) holds an M.A. in Philology from the University of Gdansk.  She completed three years of postgraduate studies at the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences under the direction of distinguished Professor Dr. Maria Janion. In 2014 she received the Barry Hannah Merit Scholarship in Fiction to attend the MFA in Writing Program at Bennington College, VT, and received her MFA in 2016.

She is the author of To Kill the Other, (Tate Publishing, 2011) the fictionalized life story of one of the 9/11 hijackers.

The Baltimore Sun published a review of To Kill the Other.

Hinc has published short fiction and essays in the Little Patuxent ReviewThe Muse, LitterariaThe Word Riot, Inc., and numerous features in the newsletter of the Polish Library in Washington, D.C.

Her essay, Michael Kimball, Big Ray, and the Resurrection of Daniel, was published in Word Riot, Inc.

hm Ellicott City, MD Photo date: 06-06-2011 Photo by: Nate Pesce Pictured is a shot of author Danuta Hinc holding some copies of her new book "To Kill The Other." Photos taken in her home for a feature on Hinc and the new book.

Photo by: Nate Pesce Pictured is a shot of author Danuta Hinc holding some copies of her new book “To Kill The Other.” Photos taken in her home for a feature on Hinc and the new book.

 

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You can find her CV and more links in: Poets & Writers

32 Responses to “about me”

  1. Stephanie says:

    Hi, Danuta! I absolutely love your website. It is aesthetically pleasing and professional looking.

    Stephanie

  2. danutahinc says:

    Thank you, Stephanie!
    I have to give full credit to Dan 😉
    All I can claim is just the words in my writing!

  3. Monica says:

    Hi, Danuta.

    I really like what you have created!!! It is truly you…
    We have to meet for lunch sometime soon!!

    Namaste,

    Monica

  4. Colleen says:

    Danuta, this is just wonderful!

  5. Cheryl says:

    Beautifully done Danuta! Sounds like a lovely lunch as well.

  6. danutahinc says:

    Thank you, Everyone!
    Let’s talk some more …
    I hope to have something to say and ponder on once a week —

  7. Kay says:

    Congratulations on your new blog, Danuta! From here in Switzerland, I’m looking forward to reading your future musings…you always have something interesting to say.
    Peace and blessings to you.

    • Danuta says:

      Hi Kay,
      Good to hear from you!
      You are in a different contry again.
      Interesting life — way to go, girl!
      Stay tuned & much love 😉

  8. Paul Kroll says:

    Hi Danuta,

    your blog is very interesting. Congratulation for all your success.
    The Picture is a very inspiring image Danuta. Magical, romantic, mystic….so beautiful in lovely tones….
    All the very best from Germany.

    Pawelek
    😉

    • Danuta says:

      Kochany Pawelku,
      Dziekuje za piekny wpis — mam nadzieje, ze bedziesz tutaj czesto zagladal 😉
      Gratuluje angielskiego — way to go!

  9. Beata says:

    Danusiu,

    Gratulacje! Klimatyczna, kojaca i inspirujaca strona.
    Dobry “wentyl” na to wszystko co kotluje w Twojej glowie i sercu.

    Z miloscia,

    Beata

    • Danuta says:

      Kochana Beatko,
      dziekuje za wpisik — tak masz racje, to dobre miejsce na roznosci. Mam nadzieje, ze uda mi sie tutaj cos wpisac regularnie, raz w tygodniu. Obym miala dosyc pomyslow.
      Kocham Cie, kochanie moje ;-)))

  10. Ian Campbell says:

    Thank you Danuta. I love your website! Dan did a really good job setting it up, but it is the words that fill it that make it something special. I really enjoyed the section on spirituality.
    I would love it if you added a stumbleupon so that I can share it with friends.

    ~Ian

  11. Danuta says:

    Ian,

    I am not sure how to add stumbleupon.

    Give me some time to figure it out and in the meantime
    please, feel free to share my blog with your friends.

  12. Laura Y says:

    Danuta! The picture on your blog page reminds me of Stratford in England… Beautiful blog.

  13. Danuta says:

    Thank you, Laura!

  14. Aleksandra Kalus says:

    Siostrzyczko, jestem z Ciebie bardzo dumna 🙂
    Kocham Ciebie BARDZO !!!
    Twoja mala:) Siostrzyczka.

  15. Faye Levine says:

    Danuta, your blog is wonderful. Can’t wait for your novel to come out. You are truly an inspiring person. 911 was a shock to us all and the questions you ask are the same ones most of us asked. We can never understand who would do these things. I even rescue and release bugs, so I can’t imagine intentionally killing innocent people. I will be anxious to read what you have written.

  16. ayşegül says:

    hi danuta,
    we met by cance but Iwill be your fun.I like your article.your blog is wonderful.

  17. J. Merza says:

    beautiful! thank you!

  18. Heather says:

    Dear Danuta,

    It is really inspiring and pleasant to read your blog! Very nourishing indeed. Thank you so much for opening your heart widely.

  19. Danuta, your blog is wonderful. Looking forward to read your novel.
    My first novel — Where the Willow Grows in Transylvania — will be published also by Tate Publishing. I was born and raised in Transylvania, Romania. I think we have a lot to share. Many blessings to you!
    http://www.rosaalexander.com

    • Danuta Hinc says:

      Yes, I checked your site–your novel sounds very interesting. Looking forward to reading it. You are the first person from Transylvania in my life. Much to learn!

  20. Fran says:

    Hi Danuta, your blog is lovely, – so calming/comforting – I’ll enjoy reading of your continuing adventures. Can’t wait to read your book!

    Namaste,
    Fran