Jaclyn Dwyer is the author of The Bride Aflame, a poetry collection forthcoming in 2019. She has published fiction and poetry in a number of literary magazines, including Ploughshares, Sugar House Review, Indiana Review, the Journal, Rattle, Prairie Schooner, New Ohio Review, and Witness. Dwyer earned an MFA from the University of Notre Dame and a PhD in creative writing from Florida State University. She is currently an assistant professor and the director of creative writing at Malone University in Ohio.
Blackberrying After Ballet | poem | Sixth Finch
The Cavendish is Nearing Extinction | poem | Baltimore Review
The Dolphin | short story | Eckleburg
What to Make of a Diminished Thing | short story | Witness
Geography Lessons | creative nonfiction | Baltimore Review