Hi, my name is Mecca-Amirah Jackson and welcome to my blog!
I’ve had a WordPress site since 8/2015. You can scroll through my older work under “Archives”
- I graduated cum laude with a BA in English Literature with a minor in Women & Gender Studies
- I am currently pursuing my MBA with a Concentration in Digital Marketing
- I have a certification in Social Media and Marketing
“Lifestyle” is where you can find posts about my interests
I self-published five Poetry collections:
Learn how to Self-Publish under my Lifestyle tab
You can receive more information under the “My Poetry Books” tab
I am the Product Marketing Coordinator for an Educational Publishing Company and will post information and some of my articles here:
Old Interviews and Music Reviews
Click here to check out my old interviews and music reviews when I interned for Cliche Magazine: https://www.clichemag.com/author/mecca-amirah-jackson/
- Bitter’s Kiss Interview
- Manika’s Interview
- Catey Shaw’s Interview
- Artists to Follow on IG
- Jesper Jenset Interview
- Blonde Roses Interview
- Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 – A$AP Mob– Album Review
- Nikki’s Wives Interview
- Atrocity Exhibition– Danny Brown– Album Review
- Divine Feminine – Mac Miller – Album Review
- Blonde – Frank Ocean – Album Review
- Blank Face – ScHoolboy Q – Album Review
- Coloring Book – Chance the Rapper – Album Review
- 99% – KAYTRANADA – Album Review
- Sugar Sympathy – Chloe x Halle – Album Review
I also have tabs for book-lovers!
Book Reviews, where I have the list of books I’ve reviewed
Beneath is “Recommendations“
And Book Haul 2017-2018:
Thank you for stopping by and enjoy!
“when i imagined you, i made you taller, broader, louder. i made you with wings, with hair to your waist, breasts round and soft. i made you me. i made you greater. i lost faith in your ability to please me, so instead i dreamed of me. —i dreamed of me
inflorescence is a poetry collection divided into six parts: seedling, blossom, drought, pruning, flourish, and rebirth.
It is the process of flowering. the process of becoming more.”
It is a collection of poems, a timeline from my childhood to now. It is honest, it is raw, and it is my life in verses and rhyme.
“it’s the night-bloomers that shine so brightly against the backdrop of black and swaths of mystique. wound with layers of sensuality and dark passions, it’s the ones who tempt the boundaries of blasphemy in exchange of one pure, unadulterated breath, that stain the earth with desolation and broken olive branches.” night-bloomer is a dark and lush poetry collection divided into seven chapters: new moon, crescent, waxing gibbous, full moon, wolf moon, waning, and full cycle. each poem bursting with vivid language and raw and honest emotions, Mecca-Amirah’s latest installment explores topics like relationships, betrayal, depression, and self-love.
Available on Amazon!
With Mecca-Amirah’s latest poetry collection Daydreamer, she invites her readers along on her journey to find clarity. Annotated by the ‘Daydreamer’, each of the seven chapters: Whimsy, Stargazer, Euphoria, Lost, Part II, Found, and Clarity are dedicated to the steps on how to reach self-fulfillment. A blend of raw honesty and fierce vulnerability, Mecca-Amirah demonstrates her growth as a writer with her visceral third project.
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Can we escape our fate? Or is destiny spun by a thread of three? Mecca-Amirah questions whether we can reshape our fate with her latest poetry collection Weightless. Centering her focus on the four elements: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water, Jackson leaves her readers breathless with her exhilarating new project.
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A book of hurting and healing, Mecca-Amirah returns with Ascend, the follow-up project to Weightless. Jackson continues her path to redemption as she explores topics like accountability and maturity. Ascend is a cathartic experience of facing your demons with visceral prose and unembellished poetry. Join Mecca-Amirah on her path to redemption..
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How Long? – Mecca-Amirah Jackson How many times will I curl up and try to disappear? How many more nights of begging for answers? Loneliness ripping through me like riptides; im clinging on for dear life. Haven’t thought of ending it in a while but standing before the truth, alone, God it makes me question […]Read More