Jacquelyn is an experienced professional who has edited for university presses, journals, and websites. She has done everything from developmental editing to line editing to proofreading.

She is currently the Reviews Editor for the online platform of ASAP/Journal, an interdisciplinary contemporary arts journal. In addition to editing reviews, Jacquelyn also works with authors on developing feature essays. Below are several pieces that Jacquelyn has edited in the past year.


Alice Notley, “Modern Americans in Their Place at Chicago Art Institute”

Nick Sturm, “Unceasing Museums: Alice Notley’s ‘Americans in Their Place at Chicago Art Institute'”

Renee Hudson, Review of Leticia Alvarado’s Abject Performances: Aesthetic Strategies in Latino Cultural Production

Anna L. Hinton, Review of Sami Schalk’s Bodyminds Reimagined

Ronjaunee Chatterjee, Review of Mary Ruti’s Penis Envy and Other Bad Feelings

Sonja Thomas, “‘This is America’ and the Global Erasure of Black Vernacular Traditions”