Jayne Guertin is a freelance writer, poet, and award winning photographer. Her work has appeared in various print and digital magazines and literary journals. Her visual art can be found in several publications such as Yankee Magazine, SmokeLong Quarterly, The Tishman Review, East Side Monthly, the front and back book covers and interior photos of the Bennington Review, Winter 2015; and, the front and back covers of Seeking Its Own Level, an anthology of writings about water —including essays and stories by Margaret Atwood, Roxane Gay, Bret Anthony Johnston, Jamie Quatro, Lynne Sharon Schwartz and others.
A Pushcart Prize nominee, her written work has been published nationwide and has appeared in publications such as Entropy Magazine, Literary Mama, Los Angeles Review of Books, PANK, Providence Monthly, Rhode Island Monthly, Rappahannock Review, Yankee Magazine.
In June 2018, Jayne was named one of the “rising stars of our local art community” by Boston Voyager magazine, in its Boston Arts and Culture Weekly Review. See her interview with Boston Voyager. For a sampling of her writings and CV please see her portfolio at jayneguertin.com.
Jayne’s photography practice is focused on the natural beauty of the vernacular, and looking closely for long periods of time, day after day, month after month, year after year, in order to understand her subject. She lives in a riparian zone, and is surrounded by streams, ponds and other waterways that are both her muse and mirage.