The first to be accused of robbing the good Captain were local Indigenous men and the bullet hole is still wedged in the doorframe by the...
Jessica Lee McMillan is a poet and civil servant with an MA in English and currently enrolled in Simon Fraser University's The Writer's Studio. When not writing, she spends time with her little family, her big dog and buries herself in books and records. Her first chapbook is forthcoming in Fall 2023 via Rose Garden Press.
Jessica's work explores perception, existential concerns, language, the body, pop culture, music, film, social justice, natural science and scale.
She can be read presently/forthcoming in Humber Literary Review, Blank Spaces Magazine, Pinhole Poetry, Riddled with Arrows, Antilang, Tiny Spoon, Dream Pop Journal, Gap Riot Press, SORTES, Train Poetry Journal, Lover's Eye Press, Red Alder Review and others.
Jessica is a first-generation Canadian settler who lives in New Westminster, British Columbia on stolen and unsurrendered lands of the Coast Salish and Halkomelem-speaking Peoples, in particular, the Kwantlen, Katzie, Kwikwetlem and QayQayt First Nations.