JESSICA ROGERS writes both prose and poetry, and resides in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Also, she teaches Literature and Composition at QCC, CUNY. Her work can be seen various places, including a recent chapbook entitled Hot Water, from Cy Gist Press.
MAY 2011 | Fiction
Rusty panels stretch around the bottom right corner of the structure, longer on one side, with dark and broken windows three-quarters up. Along Kingston Avenue once neon letters read Cockt followed by four empty husks; underneath busted bulbs spell Lounge.
OCT 2009 | Fiction
In Florida there is a law that two establishments dealing in pornographic matters cannot be within a hundred yards of one another. At least this was the case some ten years ago, as I remember it. Or maybe it was never a law at all, simply another topic for people to trouble their conversation with around the bar.
MAY 2010 | Poetry
RECENTLY JESSICA ROGERS has begun wearing hats. Also, she teaches Writing & Literature at Queensborough Community College.