You can contact Jacqueline at ravensee at gmail dot com.
Jacqueline Valencia is a Toronto-based writer, essayist, and activist who earned her Honours BA in English at the University of Toronto. Jacqueline is the organizer of the 2015 Toronto Poetry Talks: Racism and Sexism in the Craft. She is a project partner at Poetry inPrint and editor of Watch Your Head, and manygenderedmothers. She is also the founding editor of Critical Focus and blogger at http://humblelittlepets.com.
Former editorial board (acting acquisitions editor for 2020) of Insomniac Press.
Former senior literary editor at The Rusty Toque
Former staff film critic at Next Projection
She is of mixed-race Latine Colombian heritage. Her literary themes include (but are not limited to): conceptual experimentation, loss, racism, physical space, feminism, and decolonization.
(Member of Meet The Presses Collective and former board member of CWILA)
Artscape resident: https://www.artscape.ca/directory/jacqueline-valencia/
- Lilith (Desert Pets Press, 2018)
- There Is No Escape Out Of Time (Insomniac Press, 2016)
- Ulysses (No Press, 2014)
- The Octopus Complex (LyricalMyrical Press, 2013)
- Maybe (Lulu, 2012)
- Treatise (Lulu, 2010)
Current online projects:
* Current online projects:
Retyped James Joyce’s A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man and currently rewriting James Joyce’s Ulysses by hand in a journal. Also retyping George Orwell’s 1984 three paragraphs a day and consecutively adding paragraphs from the first story of The Wall Street Journal online (at the time it is read) from that day (including a drawn reproduction of the headline photo). http://thisisroom101.blogspot.ca (featured in The State: http://www.thestate.ae/live-blogging-dystopia/)