“Powerful, honest, and pertinent to a whole lot of us nowadays.” – Maria Jasmine Freeman, Author
“Juan dresses like a teen idol, carries herself with the confidence of a veteran, and writes with the tenderness of a woman near death.” – Uche Discla
“Jennifer Juan, like her name in a British setting, seems out of place and yet very much in tune with the young times she depicts. The collection expresses great vulnerability, rawness and hurt, and reminded me, in its open embrace of the extremely personal and painful, of Sylvia Plath’s poems which seem like desperate operations.” – Jonathan Finch, Author
“Raw, beautifully phrased, painful.” – Christine E. Ray, Author
“Truly fantastic work from a enchanting author, I can only wait with bated breath for what she has in store for us next.” – Ben Mumberson, Author
“This very talented writer engages the reader with verses of truth and devastating irony that lurk in our everyday lives” – kelemchi.co.uk
Jennifer Juan is a cultural melting pot of an artist. She is a writer, a musician, a producer, a film maker and a podcast host, currently residing in the Kent countryside, but dreaming of the ocean. A tornado of darkness and delicacy, Juan creates engaging and powerful projects, using a variety of mediums and platforms, each dripping with her signature playful, yet powerful style of writing.
Beginning her journey as an artist as a teenager, Juan graduated from The University of Greenwich in 2013, and began sharing her work on her personal website, as well as through social media, posting written poetry and video projects.
In 2017, Juan began producing a weekly podcast, sharing her poetry, insights into her writing techniques, and released several printed volumes of poetry, including the critically acclaimed “Home Wrecker”. 2017 also saw Juan’s first venture into music, with her releasing her debut single “Past Preston”, a haunting instrumental track that would begin the first step into her immersive cross media project “Drowning In Us” that will be unveiled in full in 2018.
Juan has also had adventures in professional wrestling. Initially training with Progress Wrestling at their Projo in London, she debuted for IPW:UK as the manager of Earl Jonathan Windsor, in August 2014.