J e n n i f e r M a r t e l l i
Jennifer Martelli was born and raised in Massachusetts, and graduated from Boston University (BA/BS) and The Warren Wilson M.F.A. Program for Writers (M.F.A.). She taught high school English as well as women’s literature at Emerson College in Boston.
Her work has appeared, or will appear, in the following publications: The Denver Quarterly, Folio, Calliope, Kalliope, The Mississippi Review, The Bellingham Review, Kindred, Bitterzoet, ZigZag Folio, The Inflectionist Review, Sugared Water, Slippery Elm, Tar River Review and Bop Dead City. Her chapbook, Apostrophe, was published in 2011 by BigTable Publishing Company.
She is at home with two children, involved in the poetry scene in Salem, Massachusetts, and teaching occasional classes at the Peabody Library.
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