Check out Jessica’s upcoming and past events including readings, workshops, lectures, and more. Contact Jessica today for interview requests or other queries.
July 20: Visit the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota for a reading by Jessica.
Summer 2018: Jessica will be teaching a virtual poetry course at The Loft Literary Center titled Word Weaving: Poetry Inspired by Indigenous Artists. Register today.
Autumn 2018: Jessica is teaching a virtual course on re-telling Native American myths at The Loft Literary Center. Registration opens soon.
Jessica was at Mother Foucault’s Bookshop in Portland, Oregon for a reading with Pointed Circle.
Jessica was featured on KBOO’s “Poetry and Everything” available to stream anywhere.
Were you at the 2018 AWP Conference? Check out the panel Jessica was on by Submittable.
During her residency at the Hosking Houses Trust with an appointment at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England, Jessica was featured at a reading during the Crossing Borders International Poetry Festival.
Jessica’s residency at the Women’s International Study Center (WISC) Acequia Madre House in Santa FE, NM, culminated in a reading open to the community. Check out the Santa Fe New Mexican feature.
Jessica read from her latest work at the Rhubarb Reading Series in Portland, Oregon at Jade Lounge.
Yellow Dog Bookstore in Columbia, Missouri blended a reading with an interview by the local Mizzou student newspaper.
The Many Voices of Women’s Fiction Book Club welcomed Jessica for an online Q&A session after her book was selected for their monthly read.
LitCrawl, part of the Wordstock weekend, included Night Circus with readings by poets and writers including Jessica.
The Transmit Culture monthly speakers series featured Jessica discussing Native Americans in publishing.
The Metro Regional Government organization in Portland, Oregon featured Jessica during a “Lunch and Learn” session that combined a reading with a lecture.
In Las Vegas, BooksOrBooks Reading bookstore hosted an evening poetry reading with Jessica.
Jessica read at Berl’s Bookstore in Brooklyn, a shop dedicated exclusively to poetry.
Jessica was the first writer to be featured on the Submittable site. The podcast is available for streaming.
PSA: Providing Service Through Art at the Ford Gallery in Portland, Oregon featured Jessica and more poets.
During the 2017 Ooligan Press Write to Publish Conference, Jessica was on a panel addressing diversity in publishing.
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise’s (NCAIED) 40 Under 40 awardees honored 2017 recipients, including Jessica, at their annual gathering.
The International Women’s Writing Guild hosts a summer workshop every July in Allentown, PA. Jessica taught a three-day writing workshop on crafting a writing career.
The Wrong Kind of Indian enjoyed a debut reading at Another Read Through in Portland, Oregon.
Jessica was one of five writers who partnered with Portland Story Theatre for a performance at The Fremont Theatre. The video of the performance, which received a Top 10 Pick for 2017, is available to stream.
Performing under the stage name “Savage,” Jessica has performed with the International Poetry Brothel series at Dante’s in Portland, Oregon.
Jessica is featured on the JenningsWire podcast talking about making money as a writer. Listen here.
Unchaste Series featured Jessica twice during their series at Literary Arts in Portland, Oregon. She is also included in their second anthology.
Jessica kicked off the Multicultural Literary Arts Days, a two-day festival, at Wilson High School and sponsored by the Oregon Literary Arts Council (OLAC). Check out the OLAC blog about her talk.
Portland State University’s MFA in Poetry Spring Colloquium featured Jessica in an intimate discussion with students about living as a writer with an advanced degree.
The Hillsboro Writers Fair included a number of authors including Jessica.
Jessica read at Wordstock’s pop-up events in 2016 and 2017, sponsored by the Oregon Literary Arts Council.
At the Mt. Hood Cherokee Summit, Jessica was a keynote speaker discussing what it means to be a Native American writer in contemporary society.