Jayne Benjulian writes essays about theatre, poetry, and the cultural impact of artists on each other. Her essays, reviews, and journalism appear in Money, Ms., The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The California Journal of Women Writers and HowlRound [see http://howlround.com/playwrights-collaborators-or-contractors and http://howlround.com/the-dramaturgy-of-audience-jayne-benjulian-goes-to-the-theater-as-a-civilian]. She coaches and edits manuscripts by early career writers. Her poems have been published in numerous journals, including Poet Lore, Agni, Barrow Street, The Seattle Review, The Delaware Poetry Review and Spillway. New poems are forthcoming in Women’s Review of Books and the anthology Writing Fire.