Of That Which The is a poetry collection of profound stylistic diversity, ranging from poignant anecdotal musings on everyday family life to the linguistic metafiction of political furor. While all are meticulously fashioned with seemingly the most mundane of llinguistic arcs (of, that, which, the), perhaps it is this implicit simplicity that forges an aura of brevity, of a quietude that buzzes of an intellectual prowess all too many of us feign to possess. In the fashion of the Objectivists and L-A-N-G-U-A-G-E poets, Of That Which The is a fervent oeuvre to poetry not hampered by the parameters of traditional style and excessive vocabulary, but to the clean lines of prepositional interludes.
Jacqueline is a 24 year old university graduate in Anthropology and Sociology who spends her time writing short stories, baking gastonomic delights, and working on her satirical comic, Adventures in Paradigm. She is currently seeking MFA programs in Creative Literature, and spends her working days as a freelance editor and publishing assistant for Arcadia Publishing. I thoroughly enjoy: My live-in boyfriend, passionate monologues, fervent opinions, clear descriptions, well-researched discussions, and rolling words off the tongue like a well-seasoned phonetic hooker. I thoroughly dislike: The Arrogant and Intolerant and Unwilling. Jacqueline currently lives in her lovely flat in Pacific Heights, SF, near the Fillmore district, whom she shares with her guitar-playing, photographer-extraordinaire boyfriend, and their cat, Blue.