About Jasmine Paul
“Son of a Goat,”, short story (Swill Magazine)
The Ghosts of Anne & Sylvia, poetry (iUniverse)
Eve Magazine (film reviewer)
North American Review, “one girl’s winter”
A Girl, In Parts, a novel (Counterpoint Press)
Missing Persons,” a chapter in Feminism, Multiculturalism and the Media. (Sage Publishers)
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
James Hearst Poetry Competition, Finalist: “one girl’s winter”
Michigan Literary Fiction Awards, Finalist: Rumors About Gravity and Motion.
Featured speaker for Lost Horse Press’ “Women in Motion” series.
Awarded Outstanding Achievement recognition by the Wisconsin Library Association Literary Awards Committee.
Get Lit, Spokane, Washington. One of four featured authors at the “finale” reading for the Inland Northwest Literary Arts Festival.
Spokane Falls Community College. Delivered two lectures on writing, publishing and the creative process.
Judge for The Northwest Inlander’s annual fiction contest.
Featured author at the Northwest Bookfest for panel discussion.
Featured author/speaker at the yearly Pacific Northwest Bookseller’s Association function.