Who is Angélique Jamail?

“Someone, I say, shall remember us in the future…”  (Sappho)

Angélique Jamail is a writer, artist, and teacher living in the Houston area.

Her writing (poetry, fiction, and non-fiction) has appeared in over two dozen publications, including anthologies and journals. Her most recent fiction publication is FINIS. (available in print on Amazon and as an ebook everywhere ebooks are sold).

Her current projects include a new collection of poems, PLAYING HOUSE; a novel, FOREST OF DIAMONDS; and another novel as yet untitled and still in the drafting stage.

You can follow her on Twitter:  @AngeliqueJamail

(She promises to post something very brief and worthwhile now and then.)

Visit her page on Facebook by clicking here.

She enjoys hearing from her readers and is available for book club and school visits, either in person or via video chat. Leave a comment here or send an email to forest [dot] of [dot] diamonds [at] gmail [dot] com for more information or to schedule an author appearance.


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18 thoughts on “Who is Angélique Jamail?

  1. Thank you once again for stopping my blog and giving me motivation to start the Stress and Time management section 🙂 WOW you are an author! I am so happy to have found your blog! I love to read so this will be heaven for someone like me 🙂 I wanted to write, actually I used to all the way up to my teens but my mother hated the idea of writing so she always yelled at me….I am glad you are pursuing your dreams 🙂


    1. You should do it, too. My parents were absolutely dumbfounded by my choice to write creatively rather than to teach business letter literacy to corporate executives, largely because of the pay, but hey, oh well. I’m happier now — no matter how desperately that other niche needed to be filled!


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