Jacqui Germain is a St. Louis-based poet and freelance writer, with work appearing or forthcoming in “The Offing,” “Muzzle Magazine,” “The New Inquiry,” “The Nation,” and elsewhere. Her poetry often involves an excavation of history and memory, attempting to challenge linear assumptions of time, progress, power, and experience through an intimate lens. She is the author of “When the Ghosts Come Ashore
,” published in 2016 through Button Poetry/Exploding Pinecone Press, and has received fellowships from Callaloo, the Poetry Foundation’s Emerging Poets Incubator, and Jack Jones Literary Arts.
News and Reviews:
Poet Activist Spotlight: Jacqui Germain (Ploughshares)
34 Poets Of Color Summarize 2017 In Verse (Huffington Post)
St. Louis-based writer Jacqui Germain on her poetry and the changing narrative of resistance (STL Public Radio)