About Jasmine Farrell
Jasmine Farrell, from Brooklyn, NY is a freelance writer and proofreader. Her literary works, proofreading and editing prowess, has secured her a position as a writer, and literary editor with InLove Magazine.
The main focus of her expertise lies in editing poetry collections for other indie writers. This stems from years of co-editing poetry anthologies and publishing her poetry collections After her recently released, Long Live Phoenixes, she has become deeply passionate about helping indie writers achieve a distinguished-level finish with their published work.
Her ideas and the entirety of her work is birthed from a place of digging deep within herself to truly discover the most authentic version of herself. All of which is inspired by major life experiences.
Her first poetry collection titled, My Quintessence, and was released in 2014. This featured poems from her teenage years and past life as a Christian. After deconverting from Christianity, she released her second collection, Phoenixes Groomed as Genesis Doves (2016).
She was a co-editor for the poetry Anthology, The Heron Clan Volumes IV and V in North Carolina. She was also a co-editor for The Topic Journal and Horseshoes and Hand Grenades (2018).
Jasmine Farrell has given spectacular performances of some of her poems at various New York venues such as Bowery Poetry, Parkside Lounge, and HellPhone.
Her third release, Long Live Phoenixes (2018), was the #1 new release in LGBT poetry on Amazon for two weeks after its release. Though releasing her poetry collections brought her great joy, being able to impact positively on an amazing group of people, brought her even more fulfillment.
Her commitment to encourage others on similar paths spills out on the pages as she opens up her heart, sharing her personal experiences with each new project she puts out.
She wants people to reclaim who they are, so they can live life authentically and with purpose.