Jill Boger is creating Essays & Prose
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Who I Am/What I Do/How I Got Here

 I'm a young academic from Massachusetts. Like most people, I enjoy writing, though it's taken time to figure out exactly what that writing is to me, and what it means for me to be a reader/writer. I think of myself more frequently as an editor, and have worked on some creative journals, academic journals, and freelance work (mostly for niche romance novels, because, to be honest, it's fun!).

Most recently, some of my poetry and academic writing has been published in Bridgewater State's Graduate Review. I was at the PCA/ACA 2018 conference, where I gave a presentation on girlhood trauma and horror. I received my BA in 2016 in English, and am finishing up my MA in literature and film criticism. My essays are interdisciplinary (shouldn't the humanities talk to each other?) in nature, though are mainly focused on popular culture. 

As a full time student, I appreciate any support I can get. If you're interested, please take a look at where else I am on the web:
  • Blog: Started in 2016 while I was student teaching, mostly personal, but has some older book reviews, movie reviews and commentary, and a few thoughts on music (& the holy nature of it)
  • Twitter: Kind of self-explanatory.
  • Book Wishlist: This is a list of books I'm trying to get my grubby hands on for scholarship purposes
  • Paypal: If you don't want to use Ko-Fi, or if you'd like me to do editing/commission work for you
  • Redbubble: I design things sometimes, too
  • Ko-Fi: In case you wanna send me a drink.
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$0 of $400 per month
At $400/month, I'd have greater financial stability, would be able to afford access to more research for scholarship type essays, and would be able to pay for Ph.D applications.

It would also allow me to get a DSLR so I can finally make the switch from my film camera and would be able to add a multi-media angle to the prose and poetry I write and share.
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Who I Am/What I Do/How I Got Here

 I'm a young academic from Massachusetts. Like most people, I enjoy writing, though it's taken time to figure out exactly what that writing is to me, and what it means for me to be a reader/writer. I think of myself more frequently as an editor, and have worked on some creative journals, academic journals, and freelance work (mostly for niche romance novels, because, to be honest, it's fun!).

Most recently, some of my poetry and academic writing has been published in Bridgewater State's Graduate Review. I was at the PCA/ACA 2018 conference, where I gave a presentation on girlhood trauma and horror. I received my BA in 2016 in English, and am finishing up my MA in literature and film criticism. My essays are interdisciplinary (shouldn't the humanities talk to each other?) in nature, though are mainly focused on popular culture. 

As a full time student, I appreciate any support I can get. If you're interested, please take a look at where else I am on the web:
  • Blog: Started in 2016 while I was student teaching, mostly personal, but has some older book reviews, movie reviews and commentary, and a few thoughts on music (& the holy nature of it)
  • Twitter: Kind of self-explanatory.
  • Book Wishlist: This is a list of books I'm trying to get my grubby hands on for scholarship purposes
  • Paypal: If you don't want to use Ko-Fi, or if you'd like me to do editing/commission work for you
  • Redbubble: I design things sometimes, too
  • Ko-Fi: In case you wanna send me a drink.

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Finish-Line Cheer
$3 or more per month 0 patrons
After pledging at least $3, patrons can see finished drafts earlier.
Craft Talk
$5 or more per month 0 patrons
By pledging at least $5, you will receive access to Patreon-exclusive short stories, as well as the ability to make requests for new stories.