writing on the run.
Jasmine Sierra is a student of Spalding University pursuing her MFA in poetry, and in the midst of organizing her first collection, AVOIDANT PERSONALITY. Her work has been featured in Winter Tangerine, Vagabond City Literature, Unrooted, and a host of her college publications.
Status update for my plans regarding future publications and my upcoming collection
a 2412 chapbook / Nº4 "With its bewitching imagery and poignant disharmonies, Letters to Ghosts comes as an uncomfortable inquiry into one's identity and how this identity can...
Handmade chapbook edition of 30 containing sixteen original poems. . Cover design was printed on an iron press; all were hand-bound with thread. Outside material is Stonehedge,...
Jasmine Sierra's Paradox reads as a collection of persona poems, each page dedicated to the expression of a single slice of self, the pulsing parts coming together to form a...
A. Imagine this: sitting on the wraparound porch of your grandmother's house in the heat of summer. starting on the porch steps licking popsicles with your best friend. planning...
the Shade Journal is an online poetry journal focused on the empowerment of queer people of color (QPOC); publishing poems that inspires, devastates, and howls-
Devoted to exploring the eccentric and the electric, Winter Tangerine presents an anthology from the winter workshop, WE SWEAT HONEYSUCKLE.
felt like a magic woman, magic mouth of the Pacific calling to me 'til she could kiss me on my feet. Asked me how I gone so long without lettin' these feet come to cozy up with...
names have meaning. you cannot call a rose a poppy and have it be the same.
Featured preview of my work in Lydia Haven's Sapphic Zine, set to ship August 20th!
what i could not find in fiction, i would make real.
five times i think i heard my heartbeat.
not ruining myself over your mediocre touch.
witches don't go runnin' with sharp claws, or sharp teeth.