Jasmine Dreame Wagner is an American writer, artist, and musician. She is the author of On a Clear Day (Ahsahta Press), a collection of lyric essays and poems deemed “a capacious book of traveller’s observations, cultural criticism, and quarter-life-crisis notes” by Stephanie (Stephen) Burt at The New Yorker and “a radical cultural anthropology of the wild time we’re living in” by Iris Cushing at Hyperallergic. She is also the author of Rings (Kelsey Street Press) and six chapbooks. Wagner's work appears in American Letters and Commentary, Beloit Poetry Journal, Colorado Review, Fence, and Guernica. She is the recipient of an Artist Fellowship from the Connecticut Office of the Arts and grants and residencies from the Connecticut Office of the Arts, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Marble House Project, Summer Literary Seminars, and The Wassaic Project. Wagner lives in Brooklyn.

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