In this member event, Burnaway’s Editor, Jasmine Amussen, will give a reading of a surprise work for a live, virtual audience followed by a Q&A.
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Jasmine Amussen joined Burnaway in 2018. She was the editor of the magazine from 2020 to 2023. snakemoons.com
Burnaway editor Jasmine Amussen looks back at the abyss and heavenly firmament of rural Southern girlhood thru the music of Jewel and Ethel Cain.
Editor Jasmine Amussen recounts a spring in Mississippi and the waters that move thru us and the Legacies of the Great Migration at Mississippi Museum of Art.
Jasmine Amussen speaks with Junior Fernandez and S Rodriguez from without architecture and Bo McGuire and Jackie Clay from Invisible Histories about cruising, hostile architecture and secret sites of queerness in this interview republished from Treasure.
In this theme story, Jasmine Amussen revels in the pagan delights of Southeastern Conference mascots.
In this essay republished from last year, Jasmine Amussen considers the work of Native artist Hock E Aye VI, or Edgar Heap of Birds, and the annual National Day of Mourning on the fourth Thursday in November.
Editor Jasmine Amussen takes a road trip across the South with Britney Spears’ Crossroads, and the infamous #Story, @Zola.
Editor Jasmine Amussen travels to Louisville and finds love and homecoming at the Speed Art Museum.