Jennifer's second book of poetry, Exclusions & Limitations, will be published on October 1 by Plume Editions/MadHat Press. Its poems have won awards and been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, and have appeared in Poetry, The New Republic, Green Mountains Review, Southwest Review, Poetry Daily, Plume and other publications. For advance praise, see the Poetry section of this site. 

First Day in Trade will be published in The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2017, edited by Lawrence Harbison and forthcoming in December from Smith and Kraus. The play had its world premiere in 2016 at Rover Dramawerks in Texas.

A monologue from Ellery will be published The Best Women's Stage Monologues 2017, edited by Lawrence Harbison and due out this year from Smith and Kraus.


The Mysterious Affair at the Christies had its world premiere in April 2017 at Rover Dramawerks in Plano, TX as part of its 365 Women a Year Festival. Read about it in Broadway World here.

"Man Keeps Eighty Sheep in His House, Authorities Say" is included in The Plume Anthology of Poetry 5, edited by Daniel Lawless and published by Plume Editions. (2017)

The Great Gaffe is included in The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2016 (Smith and Kraus). The play had its world premiere in March 2016 at Monster Box Theatre near Detroit.

Two new poems are in Plume: "Visitors" (August 2016) and "Fireflies" (April 2016).

"Moths" is featured in Bustle's "11 Poems About Summer for Your Long Hazy Days" (July 2016).

"Goldfish" is published in The Florida Review (June 2016).

"Moths" was set to music by Robert Paterson in Summer Songs. The song cycle (which also contains poems by May Sarton, Anne Sexton, Sara Teasdale and Sharan Strange) premiered in May 2016 at New York's Merkin Hall in a concert by American Modern Ensemble. Read "Moths" in Poetry Magazine here. Find "Moths" on The Writer's Almanac with Garrison Keillor here.

Three new poems are in Literary Mama: "Like an Ear" (May 2016), "Alphabet for the Stay-at-Home Parent" (April 2016) and "Addition" (March 2016).

Charlotte's Letters is named a Semifinalist for The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference (2016).

Pre-War had a staged reading at 13th Street Repertory Theatre in New York as part of In Her Name, a festival of new plays by women. Read about it in Broadway World here. (April 2016)

"Moths" is featured on MariaShriver's website in celebration of National Poetry Month (April 2016).

"Susanna and the Elders" (from White) is reprinted in Veils, Halos & Shackles, international poetry on the abuse and oppression of women, edited by Charles Fishman and Smita Sahay and published by Kasva Press (April 2016).

Three new poems (“Pear in Storm,” "Lot's Wife," and “The Annunciation") are in Red Truck Review (April 2016).

Charlotte's Letters was selected by The Irish Repertory Theatre in New York for its New Works Reading Series. A staged reading was presented by a stellar cast in January 2016. Read about it in Broadway World here.