Jennifer VanBuren: Editor

Some Publications:

Outsider Writer’s Collective: Not Your Bitch, June 2009

  • p.s. don’t let me get what I want

The Legendary June 20, 2009. Issue 6.

  • Picnic, No Basket
  • Katydid’s Song  and the Possibility of Plurality

Slow Trains Literary Journal

  • Metronome
  • Turbulance

Laura Hird

  • Hidden in my locker all year
  • Lost in Venice
  • I thought I saw you at Threadgills
  • Ease the Transition
  • Don’t Tell Me It’s The Season
  • Evidence


  • at the zoo he might have said
  • pink gown
  • perhaps it is the hurricaine
  • Antimuse

  • Nursing the Drought
  • beside the white chickens

  • dogwood trail
  • Words-Myth

  • Fixation

  • Tilt
    Choosing the Spare

    Centrifugal Eye

    Wicked Alice


    Hiss Quarterly

    admit 2

    Artistry of Life:
    writer Winter 2006

    Fall 2005- poem and photos

    Mastodon Dentist

    Poetry Niederngasse:


    Loch Raven Review
    Winter 2005

    Word Riot

    turk magazine



    Verse Libre Quarterly


    10,000 monkeys


    Unlikely Stories2


    deep cleveland junkmail oracle

    Branches Quarterly

    zygote in my coffee

    Literary Mama

    from East to West


    Clean Sheets

    thieves jargon

    angry poet

    Poetry Superhighway

    the Beat

    Strange Road

    Other online publications:

    NELincs Poetry Full Moon, American feed Journal, oysters and chocolate,
    humabout, Voracity

    In Print:

    Poetry Motel : Every Morning

    Free Verse : beside the red barn door

    Barking Dogs Poetry Journal


    bear creek haiku

    Midwifery Today:
    Universal Mother

    Zygote in my Coffee’s 1st Print Edition


    Euphoria’s Annual Poetry Contest: Outlanders

    Pushcart Nomination:
    Another Missed Performance

    “Best of the Net” Nominations:
    The Hiss Quarterly: Sequin Jean Reflections
    From East to West: Surely this has happened to you



    1. Tara McIntyre said,

      January 21, 2007 at 5:24 am

      Jen & Co.,

      The site redesign is beautiful! I’m blown away by the art, the words, the layout … all of it. I can tell you’ve been busy since the move south :). You’ve assembled some incredible artists and simply humbling art, both literary and visual.

      You are missed, my dear. I hope you and all your boys are happy and well 🙂


    2. jkvanburen said,

      February 1, 2007 at 3:21 pm

      Thank you Tara! You and the others at TUUC are what I miss the most about Baltimore. No contest.

      I do miss Trader Joes and the Bay, and Rebounder’s Gymnastics 🙂 but I do love Texas, and do not regret the move at all.

      Please send my love,


    3. August 13, 2007 at 6:58 pm

      For the Editor / Director:

      My name is María Carolina Baulo. I live in Argentina, I´m 30 and about to graduate in History of Arts and have previous studies in Cinematography and Photography. I´m a freelance writer and I´m already writing for several art magazines, that is why I´m contacting different magazines or newsletters interested in having correspondents in different parts of the world. I´m bilingual (English and Spanish). I cover all arts and have local contacts in galleries and museums. I also provide translation services regarding cultural issues exclusively, specially for galleries, institutions, magazines, as well as local representation. You can check my blog for further information and samples (

      I wonder if you are the right person to contact, if not, I would appreciate you let me know to whom I must send this request. My very best regards and hope to hear from you soon,


    4. Alexandre said,

      December 14, 2007 at 2:32 am

      Hello Lady Jennifer,

      Your Winter MannequinEnvy Edition is a fine feather in your cap. You did an outstanding interview.

      And you ARE driving a hybrid!!! Back then they drove brontosouruses.. lol


    5. Jerry Vilhotti said,

      July 31, 2008 at 10:41 am

      Hey Jennifer! Are you still reading longer works? I was going to send you one of my Olivia works but don’t have your send place. I think you are a fine editor and respect you much but do not take this as a kiss-ass comment. I do like your style, Jerry V. ….

    6. Candice Schwager said,

      July 10, 2009 at 8:19 pm


      I’m looking for a song/poem called Roof but can’t find it. Did you write this? I would like to cite it in a book about child abuse that is going to support a non-profit charity, but I can no longer find it.

      It’s beautiful. thanks.

    7. August 23, 2009 at 12:39 pm

      nice pic i want to kiss him :-*

    8. Jerry Vilhotti said,

      May 22, 2012 at 9:47 am

      A collector’s item: Jerry Vilhotti’s very first published short story in a literary magazine. One hundred dollars will get you the whole magazine or fifty dollars will get you an autographed copy of the work.

    9. Jerry Vilhotti said,

      October 4, 2013 at 12:20 pm

      We have been away for awhile and so asking: are you guys still open to reading various works?

    10. Jerry Vilhotti said,

      May 4, 2015 at 12:15 pm

      That scene of a loving mother in Baltimore trying to protect her son from authorities’ license to kill flashed me back to my late mother in The East Bronx. Her youngster was showing his bravery by standing with other peaceful protesters but when Mama says “Comma homa” you better heed and go home! JerDot

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