Jennifer Reeser

“...Baudelaire reborn…”
at The Brussels Journal
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Welcome to the website of the award-winning author of An Alabaster Flask, Winterproof,

Sonnets from the Dark Lady and Other Poems, and the epic, The Lalaurie Horror;


Essayist and critic;

Translator of the Cherokee language

Translator of French writer, Charles Baudelaire

Translator of Russian author, Anna Akhmatova.

An interview with Michael Burch. Jennifer talks about Dante and Charles Dickens , as well as the commercial success of her epic, The Lalaurie Horror.

At The Hypertexts website, accompanied by certain selected and anthologized poems.

An interview with Timothy Murphy. Jennifer discusses her origins as a serious writer, her sense of voice and place, and her children.

Featured at the Able Muse website, accompanied by video and sound files of  original poetry and translation:

An interview with Russell Bittner. Jennifer discusses Shakespeare and Edna St. Vincent Millay, and her own moments as a photographer’s model.

At the Long, Story Short website, accompanied by personal photos and original poetry.

“...writes as though she thought her heart would break.”     ~~Mezzo Cammin                                          

“…ought to have been a candidate

for a Pulitzer. Jennifer Reeser has got the goods,

and I for one will stand watch

for anything she writes.”~~X.J. Kennedy     


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“Enigma” at Trinacria

“Aqua, Turquoise and Teal,” available online in the new issue of Angle Journal of Poetry in English

Firebird at The National Review

Five translations into Urdu by Muhammad Sheeraz at Pakistan’s “Aik Rozan”

Three poems at “Life and Legends” Legends”

Two shaman formulas translated

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An article on Jennifer’s recent work

        At Lagniappe Magazine