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Jacqueline Johnson is a multi-disciplined artist creating in both poetry, fiction writing and fiber arts. She is the author of A Woman’s Season, on Main Street Rag Press and A Gathering of Mother Tongues, published by White Pine Press. Works in progress include: The Privilege of Memory and How to Stop a Hurricane.


Ms. Johnson has received awards from the New York Foundation of the Arts, the Middle Atlantic Writers Association’s Creative Writing Award in poetry, and has done residences at MacDowell Colony for the Arts, Hurston Wright and Blue Mountain Arts.  She is a Cave Canem fellow, Black Earth Institute Fellow and VONA Fellow.

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