JENNIFER MacBAIN-STEPHENS went to NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and currently lives in the DC area with her family. She is the author of six chapbooks. The most recent ones are from Dancing Girl Press, Be About it Press, and Shirt Pocket Press. Her first full length poetry collection is forthcoming from Lucky Bastard Press. Recent work can be seen / is forthcoming at Pretty Owl Poetry; Yes, Poetry; Gargoyle Magazine; Jet Fuel Review; Glittermob; The Norfolk Review; Moss Trill; Pith; So to Speak; Apple Valley Review; Otis Nebula; Freezeray; Entropy; and Hobart. For more, visit: http://jennifermacbainstephens.wordpress.com/.
“Invocation: Joan of Arc reads the crowd;” “Siege of Compiegne;” “Cross Dressers: The trial of Joan of Arc;” “Pilgrimage;” “Grackles” – FLAPPERHOUSE #4 (Winter 2015)
“Two Torsos Don’t Make a Heart” and “P.J. Harvey Says She is Going to Take Her Problems to the United Nations” – FLAPPERHOUSE #8 (Winter 2016)