Jennifer Phelps is a poet, writer, and freelance editor who lives in Broomfield, Colorado. Interested in the space where Jung’s psychology and poetry intersect, she has given presentations on “Mysticpoetics: Writing the Alchemical Self” for Jungian organizations along the Front Range. A graduate of Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, she is currently coediting the anthology, Quo Anima: Spirituality and innovation in contemporary women poets and moderated a panel on this at the 2012 Chicago AWP conference. Various publications include an essay in the anthology, Fearless Nest: Our Children as our Greatest Teachers, a book review in Naropa’s literary journal Bombay Gin, as well as poems in Monkey Puzzle Magazine and Fact-Simile. Her first chapbook, Memory: a space between breaths, is forthcoming in 2013 from Shadow Mountain Press. In addition, Jennifer cocurates a literary salon in Boulder.