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Jessica Baran is the author of three poetry collections: “Common Sense” (Lost Roads), “Equivalents” (Lost Roads) and “Remains to Be Used” (Apostrophe). Her poetry and art criticism has appeared in the Awl, Art in America,, BOMB, the Boston Review, the Denver Quarterly and Hyperallergic, among many other publications. With Ted Mathys, she co-curates the 100 Boots Poetry Series at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation. She lectures at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Art and also teaches in Saint Louis University’s Prison Arts & Education program.

News and Reviews:

5 Questions, Episode 6 – Jessica Baran (Critical Mass for the Visual Arts)
A-List Awards 2017: Culture & Amusements (St. Louis Magazine)
Read this now: “Common Sense” (St. Louis Magazine)
Fort Gondo’s beloved poetry series moves to the Pulitzer (St. Louis Magazine)
“Equivalents” by Jessica Baran (The Rumpus)

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