JENNIFER POLSON PETERSON

Writer

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ABOUT

Jennifer Polson Peterson is a poet living in South Mississippi. Her work has appeared in a number of journals including Pembroke Magazine, Cumberland River Review, The Night Heron Barks, and IMAGE. In 2020, her chapbook manuscript Day/Night Confusion was longlisted for the Hollingworth Prize with Partus Press, and in 2021 her micro-chapbook entitled The Pool was named a finalist for Harbor Review's Editor's Prize. She is a PhD student in Creative Writing at the University of Southern Mississippi Center for Writers and has two daughters with her husband, historian Joseph Peterson.

 
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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

GOLDEN HOUR

Colorado Review, Forthcoming

TO THE YOUNG MAN WHO IS SICK OF BIRD POEMS

Beloit Poetry Journal, Forthcoming

The Night Heron Barks, Spring 2021

AND SOMETIMES GOD IS; DAUGHTER; PEACE WORK

Blue Mountain Review, Forthcoming

Heron Tree, February 2020

IMAGE issue 103, January, 2020

Poetic Text set to music, premiered September, 2019

Rockvale Review, February, 2019

DAY/NIGHT CONFUSION & STILL SOMETIMES

Apeiron Review, Issue 9, 2015

Cumberland River Review, issue 2.3, 2013

 

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