About

Jayne Guertin is a freelance writer, editor, proofreader and visual artist/photographer. She holds an MFA in creative writing and literature from the Bennington Writing Seminars, Bennington College, and writes about art, business, education, environmental issues, local stories, medicine, politics, and other concerns. She provides both digital and print content, and public relations and communications services. She is currently accepting freelance work. Contact her here.

IMG_0231Jayne’s writings can be found in EcoRILiterary Mama, the Los Angeles Review of Books,  PANK Magazine, Star 82 Review, The Tishman Reviewand in various articles written for Yankee Magazine, Rhode Island Monthly, Providence Monthly, East Side Monthly, So Rhode Island, and elsewhere.

Among other publications, she has created photographs for SmokeLong Quarterly,  The Tishman Review,  Yankee Magazine, and the book cover of Seeking It’s Own Level, an anthology of writings about water—including writings by Margaret Atwood, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Bret Anthony Johnston, Jamie Quatro and many more. She has another book cover forthcoming. Her photographs also appear across several media outlets.

Jayne’s nonfiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and for a Sundress Publication’s Best of the Net Anthology.

Honors/Exhibits

May – June 2017. Art League Rhode Island Members’ Exhibition. Two photographs. Dryden Gallery, Providence, RI.

September 2015: Original photography accompanied by written work. One month exhibit, The Cumberland Public Library, Cumberland, RI.

July 2015: Nominated by the editors of The Tishman Review for a Pushcart prize, and Best of the Net Anthology, Sundress Publications.

May 21, 2015 : “The Bad Wife” featured in Paragraph Shorts, “Save The Date.” A digital literary experience bringing the world’s best short stories in text, video, and audio. Available through iTunes.

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