Jules Jacob


Springfield, MO

Author's Bio

Jules Jacob is the co-author of Rappaccini's Garden with Sonja Johanson (White Stag Press, forthcoming 2023) and the author of The Glass Sponge, a semi-finalist in The New Women's Voices Series (Finishing Line Press.) Her poems are featured in Lily Poetry Review, Plume Poetry, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Rust + Moth, and elsewhere. Jules is the recipient of a fellowship from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Le Moulin à Nef and reads for Lily Poetry Review. Visit julesjacob.com.

Publications & Prizes

Mom Egg Review 18 (Halfshelf press, 2020)
Plume Poetry 8 (Plume, 2020)
The Binnacle Twelfth Annual Ultra-Short Competition (University of Maine at Machias, 2015)
The Binnacle Eleventh Annual Ultra-Short Competition (University of Maine at Machias, 2014)
The Binnacle Tenth Annual Ultra-Short Competition (University of Maine at Machias, 2013)
The Binnacle Eighth Annual Ultra-Short Competition (University of Maine at Machias, 2008)
The Glass Sponge (Finishing Line Press, 2013)
Camroc Press Review
Delirious Hem
Four and Twenty
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The Tishman Review
Third Wednesday
Thirteen Myna Birds
Tishman Review
Watershed Review
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Writer's Gazette
Prizes won: 


2020: Chapbook Rappaccini's Garden Second Place Heartland Review Chapbook Contest

2019: Chapbook Rappaccini's Garden Named Finalist In Vella Chapbook Contest

2019: Rappaccini's Garden awarded Honorable Mention in Concrete Wolf Poetry Prize

2015: Honorable Mention Twelfth Annual International Ultra-Short Competition

2014: Honorable Mention in Eleventh Annual International Ultra-Short Competition

2012 The Glass Sponge Chapbook semi-finalist New Women's Voices Chapbook Competition

Personal Favorites

What I'm reading now: 
American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assasin by Terrance Hays , The Orphan Master's Son by Adam Johnson, Educated by Tara Westover, Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann, Handbook of Poisonous and Injurious Plants by Nelson, Shih and Balick, All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

More Information

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European American, German American, Irish American
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Born in: 
Sterling, CO
Raised in: 
Littleton, CO
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Last update: Oct 09, 2022