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Fall 2022

Lily Poetry Review Books accepts Kingdom of Glass & Seed for September 2023 publication.

August 2022

White Stag Press To Publish and Illustrate Rappaccini's Garden, A Collaborative Collection of Poisonous Plant Poems by Jules Jacob and Sonja Johanson

August 27, 2021

Joined Lily Poetry Review Masthead

October 28, 2020

Reading for virtual Wednesday Night Poetry, Hot Springs, AR

August 9, 2020

Rappaccini's Garden awarded 2nd place - The Heartland Review Press 2020 Chapbook Contest

May 9, 2020

Voices from Home, A Virtual Reading of poets in MER 18's Home Issue

March 7, 2020

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The End Will Not be Sugared: Contemporary Apocalypse Poetry The Cherrity Bar
AWP 2020 Reading

November 2019

In Rappahannock Review - Contributor Spotlight

November 22, 2019

Poetry Reading, Pagination Bookshop, Springfield MO

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Forthcoming Books:

Kingdom of Glass & Seed, Full Length Collection
(Lily Poetry Review Press, September 2023)

Rappaccini's Garden, Collaborative Collection
with Sonja Johanson
(White Stag Press, December 2023)

Forthcoming Poems:

  • The Westchester Review, Summer 2023

Selected Poems:


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I was working on the proof of one of my poems all the morning, and took out a comma. In the afternoon I put it back again.

— Oscar Wilde

Jules Jacob

julie ginkgoJules Jacob is the author of Kingdom of Glass & Seed (forthcoming Lily Poetry Review Books, September 2023), The Glass Sponge, a semi-finalist in The New Women's Voices Series (Finishing Line Press), and co-author with Sonja Johanson of Rappaccini's Garden (White Stag Press, forthcoming December 2023). Her poems are featured in Lily Poetry Review, Plume Poetry, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Rust + Moth, and elsewhere. Jules is the recipient of a fellowship from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts at Le Moulin à Nef, Auvillar, France.

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— Dr. Harrison Solow. Harrison Solow is a Pushcart Prize winning writer, author and university professor. Her latest book is Felicity & Barbara Pym.

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