JACQUI GERMAIN Pennant

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JACQUI GERMAIN Pennant

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Designed by RAYO & HONEY 
Written by Beotis Creative, JACQUI GERMAIN

This handmade pennant is hand made from 100% cotton Carhartt canvas, machine stitched seaming on all sides with corresponding thread. Letters are black cut felt, affixed with heat. Hang string is black twill tape with hand knotted loops that go on a oak hang stick.

Collection Curated by Beotis Creative

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Jacqui Germain is a published poet, freelance writer, and contributing Arts and Culture writer with ALIVE Magazine, based in St. Louis, MO. She's a 2016 Callaloo Fellow, and author of "When the Ghosts Come Ashore," published in 2016 through Button Poetry and Exploding Pinecone Press. She has performed on multiple national stages, and been featured on Huffington Post, St. Louis Public Radio, and Ploughshares Journal as part of their Activist-Poet Spotlight Series. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Muzzle MagazineThe OffingConnotation PressDrunk in a Midnight Choir, and elsewhere, in addition to Sundress Publications' 2015 Best of the Net Anthology and "Crossing the Divide," an anthology of St. Louis poets, published in 2016 by Vagabond Books.

Her essays have been published in The New InquiryThe Establishment, Salon, Feministing, Blavity and elsewhere. Her writing focuses on historical and contemporary iterations of black, brown and indigenous resistance, which she believes is deeply urgent work that both exists on the page and extends beyond it.