Naomie Jean-Pierre

Adjunct Professor, Writer and Mentor

Naomie Jean-Pierre is a first-year adjunct professor, but a long-time creative educator. She researches narratives from marginalized perspectives and mentors students from diverse backgrounds. He practice integrates her literary and artistic focus with educational strategies that target critical and creative expression.

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-Received a B.A. in English from Howard University-Participated in International Studies at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa-Certificate of Completed Joint Degree Program at University of Paris, Diderot in American Studies  -Received M.A. in Literature at The City College of New York

Academic Interests

Cultural Studies: African American Poetry; Caribbean Literature; Postcolonial Criticism, Circum-Atlantic Studies, Black Womanist Narratives, the Marginal Bildungsroman, the Black Aesthete, The Elegy for the Black Body


POETRY:Of Some Mothers/ An Interview with Naomie Jean-Pierre Journal​”The Apologetics for Warring,” Season ReviewFeatured Poet,”The Apologetics for Forgiveness”; “The Apologetics for Black Women / who forget their training / in the /mo/u/rning /”;”The Apologetics for Leaving” Literary MagazineOde to Ralph Angel;A Teacake / The Apologetics for Violence (i & ii);Up With the Earth;Exit Wounds;​A Short History of Scars (ii);Open Palms;Apologetics for Emptiness;Apologetics for Eve; 29, 2018Mud Season Review, Issue #40Poetry Co-Editor Aurora Nowak InterviewLeaving, Hoping, Mourning 5, 2018The Lily Review​A Conversation with Grace Paley​Print Journal;jsessionid=E384AD45B5DB462E29BE30BDA5D819F7.prodny_store01-atgap02?ean=9781733768313K’in Literary MagazineThe Apologetics for IdlenessThe Apologetics for Little Girls​​FICTION:“No More Plantains” purchase at Magazine, Issue 63″A Short History of Scars”purchase at Magazine, Issue 63​”We Have Always Lived”​Nominated for a Pushcart Prize*​NOBLE/ Gas Qtrly​”The Passion According to the Panther,”​ QtrlyPOTP​ Author’s Note QtrlyObjects of Derision / Q&A Qtrly

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