*Jennifer's recent chapbook of reconstituted fairytale poems, What Came First, is available from Dancing Girl Press! What Came First order form. You may purchase the book directly from Jennifer at a reading or event, or email her for details.
**Jennifer also recently created a broadside project with Ink Publications. Here is a link to the Ink Publications website: The Bond Street Review
***From March - June 2021, Jennifer had poems on display at the Burchfield Penney Art Center in TAG: A Poeta Project. Karen Eckert organized the project, which consists of a line of 'tag' with visual artists and poets responding to each other's work. TAG: A Poeta Project
****In December 2018, Jennifer was awarded a Gifts of Legacy Fellowship from A Room of Her Own (AROHO). She participated in a Master Class with AROHO founder Darlene Chandler Bassett called "Artistic Ancestors & Creative Memory." Jennifer also has two poems in AROHO's Waves anthology.
*****As part of the Earth's Daughters collective, Jennifer is a supporter of giving women a voice. If you are too, please consider checking out the Patreon site, to support Earth's Daughters in our quest to publish 100 issues of the literary journal based out of Buffalo, NY!
******Don Mitchell, of Saddle Road Press, took the beautiful photo on Jennifer's Supposed to Love book cover. Prints, tote bags, t-shirts and more of that image are now available for purchase on the Fine Art America site. Click here for the link.
********Jennifer was interviewed Deborah Osbourne on Blog Talk Radio in a series featuring poets with connections to the Buffalo region. Click here for a link to the website.
Jennifer Campbell is an English Professor at SUNY Erie and a co-editor of Earth's Daughters Feminist Literary Journal. As a professor at Erie Community College, Jennifer received the 2010 Chancellor's Award for Scholarship and Creative Activities, along with a 2009 President's Award for Outstanding Professional Growth. Jennifer's work has been featured in a number of literary journals including Paterson Review, Front Range, Trajectory, SLAB, The Bluebird Word, Caesura, Heirlock, Flare, 5x5, Little Patuxent Review, Adanna, Comstock Review, Pennsylvania English, The Healing Muse, Santa Fe Literary Review, Pinyon, Verse-Virtual, Medical Journal of Australia, Mom Egg Review, The Prompt, Seems, Off the Coast, Oyez Review, Red Rock Review, Common Ground Review, Sow’s Ear, Saranac Review, Fugue, Slipstream, Slant, and CHEST. She was a finalist in the 2017 Fairy Tale Review Poetry Contest. Her poem “Nothing Under the Bed” received a 2012 Best of the Net nomination from Earthshine and she received an Honorable Mention in the 2010 New Millennium Writings competition. Jennifer was selected to be a part of The Sixty Four Best Poets of 2019, and she has work forthcoming in Evening Street Review.
Jennifer's first full-length book of poetry, titled Driving Straight Through, was published by FootHills in 2008. She also has a chapbook called The Many Colors of Sound. Campbell's second book of poetry, Supposed to Love, was published in February 2013 by Saddle Road Press. The book is available at Talking Leaves on Elmwood in Buffalo and Turn the Page Books at 8451 Transit Road in East Amherst, or can be purchased from links on the Buy Books page. Jennifer's newest chapbook, What Came First, from Dancing Girl Press, is available now. Check out the Readings page for upcoming readings and book signings.