Jessamine Price has been writing poetry since middle school, but only recently began submitting it for publication.
She has work forthcoming in the Lascaux Review and the anthology Far Villages: Welcome Essays for New & Beginner Poets. One of her poems has also been nominated for a 2018 Pushcart Prize and the Orison Anthology. In May 2018, she was awarded first place in the Global Poetry Contest in Commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of the Rape of Nanjing.
Her published poems include the following:
Another Meeting at Panmunjeom, Rattle Poets Respond, April 29, 2018.
Hymn Upon Missing Three Doses of Paxil in Midsummer, Summerset Review, Summer 2018.
Adjusting a Hat in Famine Time, Light: A Journal of Photography and Poetry, Summer 2018.
Watching Nat Geo Wild from a Small Apartment in a Crowded Country, New Verse News, April 8, 2018.
Night Fishing in Eikelandsosen, Rust + Moth, Spring 2018.
How to Write in Garrett County in Late November, Red Eft Review, January 2018.
Nuclear Love, Poets Reading the News, Dec. 15, 2017.
Religion Seminar, Northumberland Love Sonnet, and Barn Dance After the Wedding, Delmarva Review, Vol. 10, 2017.
Zeus Replies to Prometheus, Sandy River Review, Spring 2017.