1. Upon seeing her entire life drooped from a transparent noose, you consider the fulcrum, clean or crude, mechanical or flesh, working as a turn.... Read more →
Ashaki M. Jackson is a social psychologist and poet who works with youth through research, evaluation and creative writing mentoring. She is a Cave Canem alumna, co-founder of Women Who Submit and a regional curator for #BlackPoetsSpeakOut. Her work appears in CURA and Prairie Schooner among other publications. Two chapbooks – SURVEILLANCE (Writ Large Press) and LANGUAGE LESSON (Miel) – are forthcoming in 2016.
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