Jasmine Griffin is a black queer writer and an avid reader. In both writing and books she enjoys the supernatural, paranormal, strange, and unsettling. While not a fan of social media, Jasmine enjoys using her Twitter platform to promote black female authors, queer authors, and authors of color. Jasmine is presently at work on her first novel, “Blackbird at the Crossroads,” which incorporates African mythology, African American folktales and Southern Crossroads lore. Jasmine was recently published in Eunoia Review, Genre: Urban Arts, and Cleaning up Glitter. In 2020, she has been selected as a Mentee for the AWP Writer to Writer Mentor Program and was paired with debut author of "These Ghosts Are Family", Maisy Card. In 2019, she was awarded an Author Fellowship to attend the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing Summer Conference. She has completed her MA in Creative Writing at Wilkes University. A Cincinnati native, she resides in Amelia, Ohio with her familiars, Tabby cats, Honey and Oliver.