Jennifer Duann Fultz

writes about parents, children, and what we learn (or don't) from each other

I am a Taiwanese American writer and parent, born, raised, and educated in the Midwest. Major themes in my work include the inner lives of mothers, the relationships between mothers and their children, intergenerational transmission of trauma (or “sin”), and the experiences of Asian American immigrants. I also serve as editor in chief of Mochi magazine, the longest-running digital publication for Asian American women.

My work has appeared in:

…but I mostly write for myself and my family.

Parents Are Human Episode 1

Parents Are Human Episode 1

Author’s Note: These conversations took place in a mix of Mandarin and English. For the sake of this process not taking 600 years, I have translated everything into English except for instances where we are discussing the meanings of Mandarin words. I have also tried...

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2019 Year in Review

Looking Back What one event, big or small, are you going to tell your grandchildren about? Trump getting impeached? Lol I dunno. If you had to describe your 2019 in 3 words, what would they be? Major. Growing. Pains. What new things did you discover about yourself? I...

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Chief Executive Auntie

I also write and create resources for entrepreneurs and freelancers, particularly Asian Americans trying to explain to their parents what a blogger is and why they won’t be going to engineering school.

Work With Me

I help smart, empathetic coaches and service providers share their knowledge and grow their revenue through learning design and information product creation. I also accept select marketing and web design projects by referral only.