photo credit: Sarah Kirstine Lain
Christine Jones lives on Cape Cod, with her husband, where you’ll find them swimming and surfing in their shark-mitigating wet suits. She earned her MFA from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is a therapist and mother of two. She’s founder/editor-in-chief of Poems2go, an international public poetry project, and an associate editor of Lily Poetry Review. Her poems have appeared in numerous journals and online, including 32 poems, Sugar House Review, On the Seawall, Solstice Literary Magazine, NIxes Mate Review, Passagers Journal, Pangyrus, Blue Mountain Review, Ruminate, Mom Egg Review, Literary Mama, cagibi, Salamander, and others, also broadcasted on WCAI”s Poetry Sunday.
She is author of Girl Without a Shirt (Finishing Line Press,2020) and Now Calls Me Daughter, forthcoming from Nixes Mate Review 2022, also co-editor of the anthology Voices Amidst the Virus: Poets Respond to the Pandemic
Artwork by Michael Jones