My latest book, Nevertheless: Walking Poems, is out now! Order a copy at Nightwood Editions. 
Nightwood Editions, Spring 2022
This long-awaited second collection by award-winning poet, Gillian Jerome, is a collection of walking poems and odes. Jerome roams into ordinary places inside and outside the city of Vancouver where she finds being and states of being to sing about. This collection is about love, grief, neighbours, neighbourhoods, parenting and aging, but its central question might be, “How do we repair relationships between land and people?” In response, Jerome’s poems suggest that we might plant a garden, put one foot in front of the other. “Look about you, “George Washington Carver wrote. “Take hold of the things that are here. Let them talk to you.” 
Red Nest
Nightwood Editions, 2009
Winner of the 2010 Relit Award for Poetry 
Short-listed for the 2010 Dorothy Livesay Book Book Prize 
Hope in Shadows: Stories and Photographs from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
Arsenal Pulp Press
Gillian Jerome and Brad Cran, 2008
Winner of the 2009 City of Vancouver Book Award