Jennifer Reeser

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                           


“To the Dead Opossum” at National Review

3 Shaman’s Formulas translated

“Why The Cherokee Abandoned Privilege”

Baudelaire translated at Modern Age

“Indian Angel” at Levure Litteraire

Carnival Corona,” a pandemic short story

Featured poet at Rattle

Tulane professor’s praise at The Vermilion

“The Native Strain” at Expansive Poetry

Timothy Murphy: A Catholic Robert Frost?

Baby Eats Buffalo at LIGHT Poetry Magazine

“...if you love poetry, YOU NEED THIS BOOK.”

Newbery Medalist & New York Times bestselling author, Linda Sue Park

The Making of the Incredibly Versatile Jennifer Reeser

An Amazon Best Seller

From Able Muse Press

The Bridge & the Breach:

A review of Indigenous, by John Nichols

An interview with Kalpna Singh-Chitnis. Jennifer discusses her origins and Native American heritage,

Her book, IINDIGENOUS, and Cherokee translation.

Featured at the Life and Legends website, accompanied by original poetry

Englewood Review of Books’ Best Poetry Book of 2019

“…Baudelaire reborn...”

at  The Brussels Journal

The Voice of Conservatism in Europe