My Center Follows Your Light
Hand slips out of mine curls in sunny river wind my center follows your light as you race to your garden of friends who…
Sexy Stock Photos Are Hurting Us
Propagating unreachable lifestyles, ideals and bodies in the name of “art” and “beauty”
How To Discuss Racism With International Students
Encouraging students to initiate their own intellectual development is the sole reason for teaching and the most an…
Whatever Happened to the Heroes? Punk, Trotsky, Che Chic and the consumption of revolutionary icons
Wandering down steaming ramen shopping alleys from Tokyo’s Koenji to Ueno in the mid-aughts, I was overcome by the…
Poems on Music/Ekphrastic Poetry
Jessica is a poet and essayist. When not helping people in front-line legal work or teaching, she is with her young family, keeping company with books, learning something, writing, or buried in her record collection. She is a creative old soul — too serious and too enthusiastic— embracing idealism and pragmatism. She writes for music, fleeting images and the liminal spaces of emotion.
Her work can be found in the upcoming poetry anthology “A Journey Across New Westminster by Word,” Literary Impulse Quarterly, The Royal City Literary Arts Society Wordplay at Work ezine and through Medium publications: Loose Words, Assemblage, Scribe, A Philospher’s Stone, Apeiron Blog, The Junction, The Weekly Knob, PSILY, Weeds & Wildflowers, A Cornered Gurl, The Riff, and others. Jessica is also an editor and writer for Scrittura. She lives in British Columbia.