View Jeri’s flickr photostream.
Jeri’s short video “Hunting Arrowheads with My Father” was selected for the upcoming Wisconsin Film Festival in Madison from April 2–9, 2020. Her film will screen as part of the festival’s “All in the Family: Wisconsin’s Own Shorts” on April 5.
The Chinese writer Can Xue used one of Jeri’s paintings, “By the River,” for the dust jacket image on her novel published in 2019. The book is on display with the painting at the Factory Mark Gallery in Framingham, MA. (9/24/19)
Seventeen paintings in Jeri’s “Relationship” series were included in a show at Factory Mark Gallery in Framingham, MA in Fall 2019. Website information at this link.
The San Antonio Review published Jeri’s short nonfiction piece, “Virginity.” (8/28/19)
The Portland Review posted the paintings in Jeri’s “Global Warming” series to the magazine’s website. (6/28/19)
Jeri’s short nonfiction piece, “Experience,” appears in Sky Island Journal, Summer 2019. (6/15/19)
Several paintings in Jeri’s “Global Warming” series were just accepted for publication for the upcoming print issue of the The Portland Review. (11/28/18)
Jeri’s essay “Logos” was selected as a finalist in the 46th New Millennium Writing Awards. (11/26/18)
Jeri received a grant from the Vermont Arts Council for a project to digitize some of the more than 30 years of work in her slide library. The project is supported in part by the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. (9/7/18)
Jeri’s essay, “Prairie Requiem,” was accepted for publication by The Antigonish Review in Nova Scotia and is forthcoming. (6/20/18)
RavensPerch accepted five drawings from Jeri’s “The Crow Series” for publication in their Summer 2018 issue. (6/1/18)
The Adirondack Review has chosen images from Jeri’s series of drawings entitled “Histories” to feature in their Summer 2018 issue. (5/1/18)
Jeri’s short story “Grandmother” was published by Quarterly West in December 2017–read the story!
Jeri’s essay “Remembering Ethel” won an award in the Hunger Mountain 2017 Creative Nonfiction Contest and was published in October 2017–read the essay!
See a portfolio of Jeri’s paintings illustrating an article by Nell Pach about Can Xue’s The Last Lover posted on the website for Music & Literature (10/2/2014).