"Nothing could better express the ear catching quality of Warburton's poetry than the word living. Her poems are alive with song and imagery." -- Nicelle Davis, Associate Editor, Connotation Press
Jaime Warburton (MFA, Sarah Lawrence) is an award-winning poet and writer living and teaching in Ithaca, NY. She is the author of the chapbook Note That They Cannot Live Happily, available from Split Oak Press. You can find her poetry and stories in, among other places,The Broome Review, Storyscape, Silenced Press, The Collagist, Dark Sky,Word Riot,Prick of the Spindle, decomP, Sweet: A Literary Confection, The Nervous Breakdown, The Southeast Review,Cobalt Review, WomenArts Quarterly,and Connotation Press, and her scholarship in Girl Wide Web 2.0 (Peter Lang Publishing, 2010). Her poetry and stories will next appear in Witches&Pagans,Melusine, Gargoyle Magazine, and MLS: Journal of the Modern Language Society. If you are very nice, she will cook for you.