About Jasmine Paul

Jasmine lives in Oregon with her small dog Mini. She’s hoping to adopt a dachshund sooner than later.


•   2010: “Son of a Goat,”, short story (Swill Magazine)
•    2008: The Ghosts of Anne & Sylvia, poetry (iUniverse)
•    2007 – 2008: Eve Magazine (film reviewer)
•    2006: North American Review, “one girl’s winter”
•    2002: A Girl, In Parts, a novel  (Counterpoint Press)
•    1995: “Missing Persons,” a chapter in Feminism, Multiculturalism and the Media. (Sage Publishers)
•    1995-1996: Poetry published in the following journals and quarterlies: Riverside Quarterly, The Poet’s Page, Skylark, The Hollins Critic, Offerings, Chiron Review, Amelia, Black Bear Review, 360 Degrees and Black River Review


•    2005 James Hearst Poetry Competition, Finalist: “one girl’s winter”
•    2005 Michigan Literary Fiction Awards, Finalist: Rumors About Gravity and Motion.
•    2004: Featured speaker for Lost Horse Press’ “Women in Motion” series.
•    2003: Awarded Outstanding Achievement recognition by the Wisconsin Library Association Literary Awards Committee.
•    2003: Get Lit, Spokane, Washington. One of four featured authors at the “finale” reading for the Inland Northwest Literary Arts Festival.
•    2003: Spokane Falls Community College. Delivered two lectures on writing, publishing and the creative process.
•    2003: Judge for The Northwest Inlander’s annual fiction contest.
•    2002: Featured author at the Northwest Bookfest for panel discussion.
•    2002: Featured author/speaker at the yearly Pacific Northwest Bookseller’s Association function.