Jade Wollin is a Minneapolis native living in Boston. Her love of poetry is based in an upbringing that was both citygrit and the tall pines of northern Minnesota. Her work is based loosely in the imagist style of writing and is inspired by poets such as: HD, John Keats, e.e. Cummings, Warsan Shire, and Margaret Atwood. She spends her time talking to her cat and imagining faraway places.
Her first chapbook, The Good Death, was released in 2018 on The Bodily Press.
“Like Ingmar Bergman, I strongly believe that we are surrounded by other realities. These poems are those realities, to me.” —Jade Wollin, The Good Death