Dina Honour is an American writer living with her husband and two sons in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her award-winning work has appeared in magazines such as Hippocampus, Signature (formally Biogrophile), and Typehouse Literary.
Her original short stories have been included in the anthologies Precipice and Tiny Moments.
Dina’s essays on feminism, parenting and expatriate life can be found in mainstream publications like Bust Magazine, on popular websites such as Scary Mommy, as well as on her own blog, Wine and Cheese (Doodles), where she regularly observes life at the four-way intersection of parenting, politics, relationships, and living abroad.
Her novel, All the Spaces in Between, uses classical mythology to weave together the story of Twig, a young girl navigating through the maze of adolescence, with that of her father Frank, as he fights his way out of a labyrinth of own mental illness. Her young adult novel, Daughters of Pax is a work of speculative fiction exploring gender roles and free will.
Dina welcomes all inquiries.