Jessica Marie Baumgartner
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Jessica’s motto is: Adventure first, then write! When not running around exploring nature, she chases after multiple versions of herself (her kids) and feeds animal babies. Jess has worked as a bird specialist, veterinary assistant, travel agent, book store keeper, and found that writing is best done under pressure. She will also be teaching English at her local co-op starting next fall (but hopefully without too much pressure). She’s also the author of “The Magic of Nature,” “Walk Your Path,” “The Golden Rule,” and “My Family Is Different.” Her writing has won numerous accolades, including 4 Missouri Writer’s Guild Awards, and she writes articles for “Go 2 Tutors,” about all things education news, and “Witch Way Magazine.” She’s a member of the Missouri Writer’s Guild, and the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. As a walking oxymoron: dyslexic-writer, maternal-tomboy, conservative-Pagan, Jess loves writing about all types of people and the fun of a brain that works differently. She has published numerous articles and essays and has a serious word-addiction problem.
Publications that have featured Jessica Marie Baumgartner’s articles and stories: The Federalist, Aspire Magazine, All Things Weird & Strange, The Gonzo Press, The New American, The Epoch Times, The Sedona Journal of Emergence, American Thinker, Pagan Pages, Magic of Motivational Poetry and Quotes, Evie Magazine, Father and I, Woods Reader, Witch Way Magazine, Light of Consciousness Magazine, Breastfeeding Today, New Spirit Journal, Alban Lake Publishing, Conscious Shift Magazine, Witchology Magazine, LitReactor, Buddy Lit Zine, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, Kids Imagination Train Magazine, Mothers Always Write, It’s Alive: Bringing Your Nightmares to Life, Fantastic Tales of Terror: History’s Darkest Secrets, The RAC Magazine, Bards & Sages, Aurora Wolf, Spaceports & Spidersilk, My Wandering Uterus, Guardian Angel Kids Ezine, The Society of Misfit Stories, FrostFire Worlds, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Teachers, Outposts of Beyond, Everyday Fiction, The Lorelei Signal, Circle Magazine, Yellow Mama, The Horror Zine, The Witches’ Voice, Blood Moon Rising Magazine, Bewildering Stories, Spirit One Magazine, Fiction on the Web, Jitter Press, Down in the Dirt Magazine, Beyond Imagination Literary Magazine, Postcard Shorts, Hellfire Crossroads, and Quantum Muse and The St. Louis Examiner (where she used to be a staff member).