Jill Hunting at the Bread Loaf Writers Conference

At the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, with Scott Russell Sanders.
Photo by Edward Brown.

Selected Short PIeces

"A Lost Brother's Lost Words," The Washington Post Magazine


"The Ugly American," letter to the editor, Sunday New York Times


"Rediscovering a Lost Brother," Wheaton Quarterly


"Hey, Want To Grow Your Own Truffles?" Los Angeles Times


Profiles of Thomas Keller, Holly Peterson Mondavi, Jayson Pahlmeyer, and Don Sebastiani, Appellation: Wine Country Living


“A Laid-Back Le Quatorze” (Bastille Day in Chambolle-Musigny, France) and “The Nose Knows” (Perfume, Truffles, and Wine in Provence), The Wine Journal


"The Trouble with Truffles" (vintner and truffle planter Larry Turley), "Terra Squirma" (Sonoma Valley Worm Farm), "Life in the Fizz Lane" (Sonoma Sparklers), and "A New World of Port" (Sonoma and Napa Port-makers), NorthBay Biz Magazine


"On the Trail of the Truffle," "Spas in Wine Country," "Napa Valley Olive Oil Manufacturing Company," "Rediscovering the Front Porch,"  and "Home for the Holidays," Appellation: Wine Country Living

"Truffle Secrets" newsletter, 2002–07 (Publisher)

Jill's "Perspectives" essays for KQED, the San Francisco NPR station, are archived at kqed.org.

A House Divided
Book of Remembrance
Living Among the Dead
Memorial Day
Us, the Living
Casual About Casualties
Same War, chosen as the lead essay for "Best of Perspectives 2004"