Publications

This is a significantly condensed list of published works by Angélique Jamail.

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POETRY

*  Gypsies (collection first published 1998 — now out of print)

*  Barefoot on Marble:  Twenty Poems, 1995-2001 (collection first published 2003 — now out of print)

*  “The Idea of Late in the Year” (libretto written for composer Michael Slayton)

The Sharp Edges of Water (Odeon Press)

*  and over two dozen individual poems published in twenty journals or anthologies, including TimeSlice, Improbable Worlds, Waxwing, The Enchantment of the Ordinary, Untameable City, and The Milk of Female Kindness — An Anthology of Honest Motherhood

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NON-FICTION

*  “Thoughts and Slayers: What We Do About Grendel, Our Oldest and Most Persistent Villain” (New Reader Magazine issue 3)

*  “Flaunt your spring hat at The St. Regis Hotel and The Serenitea Tea Room”  (Bayou City Magazine blog, April 30, 2014, http://bayoucitynetwork.com/?p=7503) — original title: “The Care and Keeping of Your Hat Requires Wearing It Out”

*  “Mama Spider’s Sacrifice” and “Yearning for Makeover: Jane Austen, Stacy and Clinton, and the Undaunted Nature of Writer’s Block” (The Milk of Female Kindness: An Anthology of Honest Motherhood, 1st released December 2013)

*  “The Case for Clinging to Tradition, Or Yeah, I was a Debutante, But It’s Not Like That”  (Pluck Magazine, september 29, 2011, http://www.pluckmagazine.com/articles/article_jamail_01.php)

*  and several essays written for various industry magazines on the subject of dance

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FICTION

Finis. (Odeon Press)

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To purchase anthologies or journals containing individual poems and essays, please send an email to forest.of.diamonds@gmail.com for more information.

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