I write

I write to breathe, to try and stop time from tripping on down the trail and around the bend without me, to give the descriptions and wandering wonderings in my head a place to curl up for a while and just be.



Jamie Lynn Heller uses poetry as her caffeine (and she needs a lot to keep up with her life of teaching, parenting, wife-ing, daughtering, aunting, neighboring, writing, and other -ings ). Her book Buried in the Suburbs was published in 2018 (Woodley Press) and received the 2019 Notable KS Book Award. Her chapbook Domesticated was published in 2015 (Finishing Line Press). She has work accepted or published at Prairie Schooner, Tule Review, Noctua Review, Gargoyle, Earth’s Daughters, Whistling Shade, The Main Street Rag, Iodine Poetry Journal, Flint Hills Review, I-70 review, Blueline, and others.

To order:

Domesticated. Poetry From Around the House

Buried in the Suburbs (2019 Kansas Notable Book)

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Publications 2013-2014

Burningword Literary Journal - April 2014
Online http://burningword.com
On a Chilled Wind
There is a Place
What Once Was
thawing

Iodine Poetry Journal - Fall 2014
Sewn
The Inevitability of Touch

I-70 Review
New to the Nursing Home
Sept 2014

Tule Review Fall 2013
Within

Johnson County Public Library's Poetry Month  - April 2013
On the Prairie

Earth's Daugters issue #82

Climbing a Tree in a Lightning Storm