Hi everyone! I'm a newbie but figured this would be an excellent place to meet other writers and hopefully make some connections.I'm on a mission... for myself, for other women, for the literary…Continue
Jennifer-Crystal Johnson is originally from Germany, but was raised all over. She has published one novella under her former last name, The Outside Girl: Perception is Reality (Publish America, 2005) and, more recently, a poetry book, Napkin Poetry (Broken Publications, 2010). Her poem, Yin & Yang, was recently featured on Every Writer's Resource's Poem a Day site. One of her short stories, The Clinic, has been featured on Jack Meets Jill, her short horror story, The Huntress, has been featured on Zombie Coffee Press, and her poetry has appeared in various anthologies including Theatre of the Mind(Noble House, 2003) and Invoking the Muse (Noble House, 2004). She currentlyworks as a freelance writer and editor for Phati'tude Literary Magazinepublished by the IAAS. She lives in the Pacific Northwest. Her new literary magazine can be found at www.soulvomit.com and her publishing company is Broken Publications: www.brokenpublications.com.
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I've had three books published: The Outside Girl: Perception is Reality (PublishAmerica, 2005), Napkin Poetry (Broken Publications, 2010), and Strangers with Familiar Faces (Broken Publications, 2011). I also work as the Associate Editor for phati'tude Literary Magazine, own Broken Publications, and edit an annual anthology called Soul Vomit. Broken Publications has published one other poet so far, and we're working on more.
Media outlets that I currently write for:
Triond, Hub Pages, phati'tude Literary Magazine.
My writing is:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Memoir, Blog Posts, Screenwriting
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
phati'tude Literary Magazine, Soul Vomit.
Services I offer to other writers:
Editing, consulting, publishing, eBook conversion, book cover design, critiques.
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Jennifer, Delighted to have you in the novelist group! You might introduce yourself by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion if you're not too uncomfortable talking about what you're working on. We save the wall for discussion, so please refrain from linking to blog posts there, but do add them in the “Links to Helpful Blog Posts for Writers” discussion thread. And we do a live chat every Wednesday at 1EST; instructions on how to participate are in the "Our Water Cooler Wednesdays" box near the top of the group page. Hope you can join us for that.
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