Magical Realism in Poetry & Prose

Jackie Craven draws inspiration from paintings by her mother and other artists who experimented with surrealism and magic realism. Wry, whimsical, and often strange, Jackie Craven’s poems appear in journals such as The Asheville Poetry Review, Chautauqua, Columbia Poetry Review, New Ohio Review, Nimrod International Journal, River Styx, Salamander, and Spillway. Her short stories and flash fiction are published in Berkeley Fiction Review, Limestone Journal, Mid-American Review, Verdad, and elsewhere. 

Selected Poems

Perspective Dreaming

Stopping by the Columbarium on a Sunny Afternoon

White Lightning

Old Woman with Goose, 30 x 24, Oil

Imposter

Where are the teeth I slipped under my pillow?

Darwin’s Daughter

Selected Stories & Flash Fiction

Monique

Special Ed

Anything Low Will Do

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