Jackie Domenus (she/they) is a queer writer from New Jersey. A 2021 Tin House Winter Workshop graduate, their essays have appeared or are forthcoming in The Normal School, Pidgeonholes, Foglifter Journal, Variant Lit, Entropy, Watershed Review, So to Speak, Wig-Wag, Philadelphia Stories, HerStry, and Not Deer Mag. Their poetry has appeared in Hooligan Mag and Giving Room Mag. She currently serves as a publishing assistant for Guernica Magazine.
Jackie earned her MA in Writing from Rowan University where she also served as associate editor for Glassworks Magazine. She has worked as contest coordinator for Philadelphia Stories and has taught through the Rutgers University Cooper Street Writing Workshops program, Hippocamp: A Conference for Creative Nonfiction Writers, and more. Her current work-in-progress is a collection of personal essays exploring the impact of microaggressions on the LGBTQ+ community.