Danne Jobin





Published poems:

“To the lost” and “wild” are out in harana poetry issue 1 (February 2019).

"The Studio" is available in Tenebrae: A Journal of Poetics II (Autumn 2018).

Interviews, articles and reviews:

In November 2018, I ran two interviews for The Poetry School, one with Richard Scott and the other with Pascale Petit, and wrote a review of the festival Poetry in Aldeburgh.


I have read my work at the festival Poetry in Aldeburgh (Queer Studio), for Words on Waves at Harbour Books in Whitstable, and The Mooring in Canterbury.

Other events:

In early 2018, I received an Arts Council-funded bursary via Wasafiri Magazine for a Free Read by The Literary Consultancy (TLC).

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I am a PhD candidate and assistant lecturer in American literature at the University of Kent. My thesis looks at the articulation and extension of Indigenous space from the reservation towards urban and transnational locales in the fiction of contemporary Anishinaabe writers Louise Erdrich, David Treuer and Gerald Vizenor. Other research interests include queer theory, poetics, and animal humanities. I hold a Master of Arts in English Literature and Education from the University of Neuchâtel in Switzerland.


“Gerald Vizenor’s Transnational Aesthetics in Blue Ravens.” Forthcoming in Transmotion.

"Book Review: LaRose by Louise Erdrich." Wasafiri 32:2 (Summer 2017): 72-73.


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I am currently an assistant lecturer in American literature at the University of Kent, where I also work for the outreach programme as a subject ambassador in literature and creative writing. I have taught for a range of institutions in both public and private sectors and hold a master’s in education.





I occasionally offer copy-editing and developmental editing services. Previous mandates include a commission from the Swiss Literary Institute, manuscript development with fiction writers, and proofreading for master theses. My interests include poetry, fiction, literary non-fiction, and academic writing in the humanities.