Publications

2017

Ortiz, Wendy C. Interview. fields magazine: Issue 7, Spring 2017. Print. (photography credit)

2016

Conrad, CA. Interview with Jade Cruz Quinn. fields magazine: Issue 6, Fall 2016. Print.

“Over.” HEAVY ATHLETICS: Vol.2, 2016. Web.

“Shadow On Bone.” HEAVY ATHLETICS: Vol.2, 2016. Web.

“please open a door for me.” Metatron. Web.

“Jade Cruz Quinn, Writer.” Opportunities for Learning Charter Schools. Web.

Watson, Shy. “profile: Mira Gonzalez.” fields magazine: Issue 5, Spring 2016. Print and web. (photography credit)

2015

“The Sinking.” Helix Syntax: 41st Summer Writing Program Magazine. Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa University, 2015. Web.

“Pause for Your Mortality.” LuNaMoPoLiS no. 3: On Your Person, 2015. Web.

2014

“Jade Cruz Quinn’s ‘Of Topological Shift,.” Boulder Tattoo Project. 7 Dec 2014. Web.

“New digital chapbook published by JKS student!” Student News, Jack Kerouac School. Web.

NYCorrespondence’s Poetics held at Kickstarter’s gallery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, May-June 2014.

“Fail Better!” Shambhala Times, 15 May 2014. Web.

“A Rusted Rail.” 30/30 Poetic Vision, Jack Kerouac School, 3 Apr. 2014. Web.

“Three-Liners.” Semicolon: THWARP SHORTS, 3.2. Print.

“Capital Heist.” Semicolon: THWARP SHORTS, 3.2. Print.

“Commentary on a Tibetan Book.” LuNaMoPoLiS no.2: Please Do Touch, 2014. Print.

“Untitled.” LuNaMoPoLiS no.2: Please Do Touch, 2014. Print.

2013

Fischman, Eric. “The Story of Semicolon.” Boulder Poetry Tribe 7 Dec. 2013. Web.

gills in rain gutters. Boulder: Kayvayantra Press, 2013. Print.

“Excerpt from Landlocked Madness.” Semicolon: The Riddles We Talked In, Fall 2013. Print.

“The Mystique of Marie-Antoinette.” vivelareign: Tumblr. 13 Mar. 2013. Web.

Chapman, J’Lyn and J. Hillis Miller. “J’Lyn Chapman with J. Hillis Miller.” The Conversant. Web.

Wellitude column. Contributing writer, 2013-2014.

2012

“Where Trains Divide.” Semicolon: Heart-Lipped Spider, Fall 2012. Print.

“We should know what we’re eating.” The Signal, 3 May 2012: A4. Print and web.

“The Mystique of Marie Antoinette.” Writing Matters Conference, College of the Canyons. Presentation.