Reagan Jackson is a writer, visual artist, international educator, and community organizer. Her commitment to social justice, activism, and living a spiritually grounded life has been a catalyst for her work, writing, and travel adventures. Her philosophy is that life is meant to be lived fully. To that end she chooses to make each day a meaningful experience of love, light, and creation.
Writing is Reagan’s first and abiding love. No matter what else she is doing she keeps a notebook nearby. She is a slam poet and has featured at Poetry Slams and Open Mics across the country. She loves to work with new writers to help them find their voice. She also teaches workshops on self-publication, poetry, memoir writing, vision boarding, and social justice.
Her self-published works include three collections of poetry:
God, Hair, Love, and America
Love and Guatemala
and two children’s book
Coco LaSwish A Fish From A Different Rainbow
Coco LaSwish: When Rainbows Go Blue
. She is a regular contributor to the Seattle Globalist and the Black Girl Nerds Blog. Check out her website at:
Live in Love with Life
Launching the Living Sensual Institute
A night of poetry, art, music and more
Saturday, September 20
Living Sensual Studio, North Capitol Hill
(Address to come upon your RSVP)
Look forward to seeing you there!
We're excited! Are you?!
"Overflow" by featured award-winning northwest artist, Stephen Gilbert