Books and Works

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You can also buy one of four paperback copies. Details here: http://jacquelinevalencia.com/2015/07/13/july-update/

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A review by author Gary Anderson can be found here: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/475331897


You can also purchase the paperback here:

http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/maybe/18850599

Also on sale at Project Space in Vancouver, or through me anywhere (in my backpack bookstore).

  • “Tristise” was my first poetry chapbook . I have also made it free to download on printable PDF:

Tristise by Jacqueline Valencia (360KB)

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Tristise by Jacqueline Valencia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

You can also purchase a paperback of  it here:

Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

or through me (in my backpack bookstore) and at the Glad Day Bookshop.

  • My sketches were published in Brooklyn Art Library’s Limited Edition Vol 2 Distance and Time

http://shop.brooklynartlibrary.com/index.php?product=3055-VOL+2.+Distance+%26+Time%2FTime+and+The+Way+We+Travel

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  • My sketchbook “Stitches and Folds” is in The 2012 Brooklyn Art House Co-op Sketchbook Project World Tour and is permanently archived in The Brooklyn Art Library in New York.

 

  • My second sketchbook for The Sketchbook Project Limited Edition Book Series was published Fall 2012 in a compilation by the Brooklyn Art Library Press.

Pieces I’ve done:

1. My short story “Dust” was published in Little Fiction: http://littlefiction.com/beta/Jacqueline_Valencia_Dust.html

2. Pick of the Day for CBC Canada Writes “Edible Non-Fiction” – My story “Picky”:

http://www.cbc.ca/books/canadawrites/2012/01/picky-by-jacqueline-valencia.html

3. My story “Open” is the Little Fiction compilation “Listerature”http://www.littlefiction.com/beta/Listerature.html

4. “Two Poems” published in the third issue of Dead Gender Magazine: http://deadgender.blogspot.ca/p/issues.html

5. Chapbook “Maybe” included in the Arte Factum exhibition at Project Space in Vancouver by Poetry Is Dead Magazine: http://poetryisdead.ca/blog/arte-factum.html

6. Occupy Wall Street Poetry Anthology.

http://peopleslibrary.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/ows-poetry-anthology.pdf

7. “Feminism requires all of us: My Problem with the Mompreneur” in Feministing:

http://community.feministing.com/2011/04/14/feminism-requires-all-of-us-my-problem-with-the-mompreneur/

8.  Art Exhibit:

Paintings “I told you to be still” and “Tree” on exhibit at Sheena’s Place for the Expressive Arts Show

9. Two illustrations included in The New Auction by Hannah Taylor in the U.K.: http://www.thenewauction.com/

10.  Contributing Illustrations:

May 2012

Contributed illustrations to The New Auction: http://www.justgiving.com/TheNewAuction

October 2011

Illustrations featured in Amelia’s Magazine interview with The Moth and The Mirror: http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/music/an-interview-with-the-moth-and-the-mirror-with-review-of-new-album-honestly-this-world/2011/10/24/

A feature for the Halloween edition.

http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/art/halloween-2011-a-ghoulish-celebration-of-the-dead-in-illustration/2011/10/31/

November 2011

Introducing….Fairewell.

http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/music/an-interview-with-fairewell-and-review-of-debut-album-poor-poor-grendel/2011/11/17/

Illustration for Lush for their fragrance Oudh Heart for Amelia’s Magazine.

http://www.ameliasmagazine.com/fashion/lush-gorilla-perfumes-the-smell-of-freedom-in-three-parts-fire-tree-old-delhi-station-and-oudh-heart/2011/11/29/


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5 thoughts on “Books and Works

  1. Pingback: Apparently, it is National Poetry Day. | jacqueline valencia

  2. Pingback: Gary Anderson’s thoughts on my chapbook “Maybe” and some sketches. « jacqueline valencia

  3. Jacqueline,

    Great to meet you in front of the NYC library yesterday. I have been thrilled about discovering your work today. I just began reading your poems in Tristise and they are absolutely magnificent! They are filled with profundity and offer insightful perspectives while they capriole through fluent music. I will definitely have to look for you at the Brooklyn Art House Co-op Sketchbook Project.

    All the best,

    Garrett

  4. Pingback: On my last day of retyping Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man | jacqueline valencia

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