Jacqui Germain is a poet, writer and student organizer currently living in St. Louis, MO. She has featured at Young Chicago Authors in Chicago, IL, at the #BlackPoetsSpeakOut event in St. Louis and several other venues around St. Louis. Her work has been published in Muzzle Magazine, Anti-, Rattle, as well as other publications. She has represented Washington University in St. Louis on four national teams at the college and adult level, and was their representative at WOWPS in 2013. In Spring of 2014, she was chosen for the Katherine Dunham Fellowship with the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission and nominated for a Pushcart Poetry Prize later that year. She enjoys studying the histories of people of color, fighting oppressive political structures and generally having little to no chill.