Jacquelyn Shah

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Jacquelyn "Jacsun" Shah is drawn to the offbeat, the zany, the quirky, and loves absurdist and surrealist poetry. Founding member of Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB), a literary arts organization in Houston, TX, she has taught creative writing through Writers In The Schools and at the University of Houston, where she completed both M.F.A. (creative writing) and Ph.D. (creative writing and English literature). Her work has appeared in various journals and anthologies, such as Cranky, Margie, Tar River Poetry, The Texas Review, Anon (Britain), RHINO, and Vine Leaves Literary Journal (Australia). A poetry chapbook small fry has just been published by Finishing Line Press and she has a full-length poetry book, What to Do with Red, forthcoming.

Contributions by Jacquelyn Shah

Fall 2018 Issue

Still Life With Fruit, Froth, & Kinesis

Winner, 2018 Literal Latte Food Verse Contest.
On a rosewood dining room table overflowing a lead-crystal bowl: apple
kiwi lemon guava cantaloupe sloped over grapefruit pissing off peach & pear papaya breadfruit….

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Fall 2018 Issue

Saying Cheese

Winner, 2018 Literal Latte Food Verse Contest.
Inside the monstrous apple assigned to me a house floats in the flesh
and I, Anonymouse
climb the walls and scribble

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