About

Jasmine Khaliq

Jasmine Khaliq is a Pakistani Mexican poet born, raised, and based in Northern California. Her poetry is found or forthcoming in Poetry Northwest, Black Warrior Review, The Pinch, GASHER, phoebe, Raleigh Review, and elsewhere. She holds a BA from San Francisco State University, where she won the 2017 Tillie Olsen Award for Socially Conscious Writing, and an MFA from University of Washington, Seattle, where she was runner-up for the 2018 Richard J. Dunn First-Year Teaching Award. A finalist for both the 2021 Tupelo Press Sunken Garden Poetry Prize and the 2021 Tupelo Press Snowbound Chapbook Award, she is an incoming PhD student at the University of Utah and a reader for Split Lip Magazine.