- Amethyst Review includes my poem "Preview of Post-mortem."

- Above: delightful cover art by Sarah Walko, from Pedestal Magazine issue 93, featuring my review of Joan Barasovska's Orange Tulips.

- The recently released anthology The Power of the Feminine I, vol. 1, edited by Chris Cooper and Donna Biffar (must've been quite the job, since it's over 390 pages) includes my persona poem about pioneering photographer Bayard Wootten  in the "Creators" section.

- Twelve Mile Review includes "Taking Stock," a persona poem.

- Now in the online pages of The Kleksograph 13: "Looking for Loveliness" and "Weight."

- The Belfast Poetry Festival annually sponsors the Maine Postmark Poetry Contest. My poem—along with others by fellow members of the Maine Poets' Society!—was chosen as a finalist:"The child I never had should know."

Garlic Scape, Maine


Maple Lollipop, Cumberland County Fair, Maine

Sunrise, Acadia National Park, Maine

News  see also: News Archive

Sunrise, Bar Harbor, Maine

​​​Quotations for writers

“Getting started, keeping going, getting started again — in art and in life, it seems to me this is the essential rhythm not only of achievement but of survival, the ground of convinced action, the basis of self-esteem and the guarantee of credibility in your lives, credibility to yourselves as well as to others."

—Seamus Heaney, commencement address, 1996

See more at Quotations for Writers

March in Cornish, Maine


My stars invisible,

but aligned. Afloat.

In space. Denizen of the sensate, nothing


—from “'Preview of

Post-mortem" at Amethyst Review.

A video of my poem "The Color of It" that's in included in the anthology From Pandemic to Protest, released fall 2021 from The Poetry Box.

Cormorants at Kettle Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Jeanne Julian

Poetry.  Photography.