Jessica P. Wick is a writer, poet, and editor. She co-founded Goblin Fruit with Amal El-Mohtar, a quarterly e-zine of fantastical poetry, with Amal El-Mohtar and is a passionate advocate for the reading aloud of poetry and fiction. Her poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling Award and received honorable mentions in Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror anthologies. Her short fiction can be found scattered across the internet; recently, her novella “An Unkindness” appeared in Mythic Delirium’s A Sinister Quartet.
Jessica’s experience as an editor runs the gamut, from full-length novels to short fiction, poetry collections to magazine articles, academic papers to audio works. She also writes reviews for NPR.
She currently lives in Westerly, Rhode Island. When she isn’t rambling through cemeteries, gazing wistfully at the breakers, or working on “the swashbuckle-y novel,” she can be found at the independent bookshop where she is assistant manager.