In these poems, the most unkillable thing seems to be the voice of dissent, which is sharp-tongued and resolute...With ‘When the Ghosts Come Ashore,’ Jacqui Germain presents speakers haunted by American violence and speakers who haunt back, alongside the quiet vibrant solace held in the will to ‘still / open wide for the sun.’
— Stevie Edwards, author of Sadness Workshop

Published Poetry

A selection of my published poems / a series of poems that now exist on the internet that probably first came to being scribbled in a notebook while I was supposed to be paying attention to something else

Freelance Writing

A selection of my published freelance writing / a series of articles, interviews, and essays that probably first came to being after rolling over an idea until all its gushy insides came spilling out

Content Writing

A selection of my content writing / a series of professional projects completed as part of my ongoing work as a content writer for SCORCH Agency