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Jari Chevalier's poems are forthcoming in Arcturus, Green Mountains Review, Puerto del Sol, and UCity Review. Her poems have recently appeared in Beloit Poetry Journal, Boulevard, Cincinnati Review, Concīs,The Cortland Review, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, Gulf Coast Online, The Massachusetts Review, Poetry East, and other journals. In Fall 2016 she won the inaugural poetry contest at Sheila-Na-Gig Online and was a semi-finalist for the 2016 Tomaž Šalamun Prize from Verse magazine. In 2014 she received a Merit Award in the Atlanta Review International Poetry competition and was a finalist in the Ploughshares Emerging Writer's Contest. 

In 2015 she received a residency grant for interdisciplinary work in art and poetry from Marble House Project. Jari holds a Master of Arts in Creative Writing from CCNY where she studied with the late William Matthews and received an Academy of American Poets Prize. An honors graduate in Literature and Writing at Columbia University, Jari Chevalier has served on the adjunct writing faculties of State University of New York at Purchase and at Antioch University Santa Barbara and has been invited to teach creative writing to adults and children through numerous academic, non-profit, and private venues. 


"Wheel" in Concīs, Summer 2017 (w/ audio)

"Dry Landscape" and "If Ever" in Arcturus, June 2017

"This Time of Year" in Sheila-Na-Gig Online, Fall 2016 - Contest Winner

"Unkempt Graveyard Near the Shore" in Gulf Coast Online, Winter/Spring 2016 

"White Ink on White Paper" in The Cortland Review, Winter 2016 (w/ audio)

"Andean Strains" in Beloit Poetry Journal, Winter 2015/2016, Vol. 66 No 2, featured in holiday promotion

"The Tick and the Unified Field" in Boulevard, Fall 2015, Vol. 31, 1

"Why Elizabeth Goes to Suzie" in The Massachusetts Review Volume 56, Number 2, Summer 2015