Poetry Chapbooks

Worthy poetry can be like a punch to the gut and Jess is able disembowel with ease and leave you begging for more!“–Amazon review of Swallowing Comets (Folded Word Press)

GIRL + MUSE (Poetry Chapbook/E-Pamphlet)

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for the girls who can see

for the girls who cannot

for the girls turned into salt

for the girls who wanted love

for the girls with no hope

for the girls with sharp edges

for the girls who stood up and fought

for the girls we will remember

for the girls who love stories

LUPERCALIA (3rd edition)

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An 11 poem chapbook for:

when it gets too dark to read

when your light has gone out

when the hunting constellations crack the winter sky

when you wanted that feeling (of not feeling) and

when all I could do was enjoy the freeze in my fingers

the blind cold against my cheeks like heavy hands

Part daydream, part cautionary tale, part dystopian nightmare, Lupercalia is a tiny poetry pamphlet that packs a powerful punch.

THE ECHO OF SOMETHING HITTING (Poetry Chapbook/E-Pamphlet)

ISBN: 9781732036703

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The Echo of Something Hitting is a hybrid, cross-genre, lyric essay that explores the transformative journey from disaster into survival; an imagined life after death. Becoming something new within the language of roads, rivers, and storms, the text decomposes and reforms to escape the boundaries of words.

Fans of Catherynne M. Valente’s The Labyrinth and Bhanu Kapil’s Incubation: A Space for Monsters will enjoy this handful of words.

Where do you go after the river? After you drown? Read my thoughts on writing The Echo of Something Hitting here.

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