Jéanpaul Ferro

Jéanpaul Ferro

Welcome to the Web site of poet, short fiction author, and novelist, Jéanpaul Ferro. 

A 9-time Pushcart Prize nominee, Jéanpaul's work has been featured on National Public Radio, Columbia Review, Emerson Review, Connecticut Review, Hawaii Review, Contemporary American Voices, Cortland Review, Review Americana,  The Providence Journal, Portland Monthly, Arts & Understanding Magazine, Dublin Quarterly, Danforth Review, and many others.  

His published works include, All the Good Promises (Plowman Press, 1994), Becoming X (BlazeVox Books, 2008), You Know Too Much About Flying Saucers (Thumbscrew Press, 2009), and Hemispheres (Maverick Duck Press, 2009). 
He was also a finalist for the 2009 Bordighera Poetry Prize and a 3-time storySouth Million Writer's Award nominee for his short fiction. 


NEWS!

01/09/2011 - Jéanpaul 
Ferro's Jazz has been nominated for both the 2012 Griffin Award in Poetry and the 2012 Kingsley Tufts Award in Poetry.

01/09/2011 -
Impression, Nightfall, a new short story, is featured in the September issue of the Danforth Review.

01/05/2011 - Jazz is now available from Honest Publishing in both hard copy and Kindle on Amazon.com.  Just click on the following link: Jazz.

 

Reviews of Jéanpaul Ferro's Jazz
Pedestal Magazine
Rattle Magazine
Chamber Four Maqazine





Essendo Morti - Being Dead
has been reissued for a second printing on March 31st, 2011.  It is available for purchase at Goldfish Press.

01/03/2009 - Essendo Morti - Being Dead nominated for the 2010 Griffin Prize in Poetry.  Additionally, both Tribute-Duet (A Prayer Between Two Friends) from Essendo Morti - Being Dead and the poem, Cuba, published by The Arava Review, have been nominated for the 2009 Pushcart Prize.

Check out some of the reviews for Essendo Morti - Being Dead:
Gently Read Literature
Pedestal Magazine
Rattle Magazine

Read Excerpts from Jéanpaul's work

 

Jéanpaul Ferro's poems welcome you in and pour you a glass of the good stuff, with sinuous music in the background and dark wind in the trees outside to make you want to stay. - Tom Chandler | Providence Journal

Jéanpaul Ferro's work reaches inside the human heart and pulls out into the light what we often ignore.   Poignant and articulate, Ferro should be considered one of the great voices of our generation.  
- Corrine De Winter | Stoker Award Winner and Author of "Virgin of the Apocalypse"

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