Jessica Militante is a writer from San Jose, California. She is also one of the students in University College Cork’s 2019/2020 Creative Writing Master’s Program.
She has a poem in Ó Bhéal’s Five Words Volume XIII;
A short story in The Quarryman Volume VI;
An article about her Choctaw heritage and being the first recipient of the Choctaw Ireland Scholarship in Cork, Ireland’s newspaper The Echo;
And a feature in The Half Moon Festival (organized by students at University College Cork “to showcase new artistic partnerships, collaborations and events that cross art forms as well as revisiting collaborations and innovations that have forged new creative beginnings and connections between communities in the past”).
Starting today, she also has a BRAND NEW Summer Soap all about the perils of dating in the 21st century posted on The Echo Live. “In its fifth year, Summer Soap is a daily fictional serial run over 12 parts, which begins today and runs for a fortnight. Called Cork’s Quick Coupler, this story, set in the world of speed dating.”Read More
I had a lot of firsts in Ireland when it came to writing. One of those firsts was thanks to Ó Bhéal. On February 10 (a day after I got back from an awesome trip to Iceland) 10 of us MA students in Creative Writing at University College Cork were given the chance to read our poetry at The Long Valley in Cork city centre.Read More
I wrote a blog post about Texas and writing over at the University College Cork Creative Writing blog. I would be honored if you checked it out, and shared it if you liked it. I’m really proud of it and everything I’ve done at UCC so far. 🙂 ❤
link for anyone who can’t click on the hyperlink: http://creativewritingucc.com/www/2873-2/?fbclid=IwAR3W0CSCGel9i9mL5kjFK-Z-T3RkiDmFk1R8pwo2VGVsW1eqF42NL6SdYNQ
I’ll be sharing some more information about some of my writing being published in the near future, so keep your eyes peeled. Here and on Twitter.
Thanks for Reading!