Joshua Jennifer Espinoza is an American poet from Riverside, California. Espinoza's works have been published in various literary magazines, journals, and websites, including Poetry Magazine, PEN America, Lambda Literary, The Offing, Shabby Doll House, Electric Cereal, and Voicemail Poems. Her work covers topics like mental illness, coming out as a transgender woman, as well as more traditional subjects like love, anger, and beauty.
|Born:||December 17, 1987|
|Residence:||Riverside, California, US|
|Notable work:||i'm alive / it hurts / i love it THERE SHOULD BE FLOWERS|
|Twitter:||Joshua Jennifer Espinoza's Twitter profile|
About Jennifer Espinoza
Trans female poet whose work has been featured in the American Poetry Review, Grist and Denver Quarterly, among many others. She has authored multiple poetry collections.
In a 2018 Instagram post, she explained that in everyday life and personal interactions, she goes by Jen or Jennifer, but when it comes to her creative work, she prefers to be referred to and quoted as Joshua Jennifer Espinoza.
She posts her poems on both her Tumblr page and Instagram.
She married Emily Espinoza in July 2017. The couple has lived with their dog, Frankie, in California.
Information related to Joshua Jennifer Espinoza
- Writers from Riverside, California
- English-language poets
- LGBT poets
- Transgender and transsexual women