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This is a placeholder for what is to become, hopefully and finally, an actual blog that I keep updating. I’ve started quite a few of these, and mostly because they’ve always lacked focus, I’ve given up. But if you can’t get rid of something, you can always enhance and accept it, and thus this is a placeholder for what is to become, hopefully and finally, an actual blog that I keep updating because it’s meant for wandering. Meant for losing focus. Meant for whatever is important whenever. From mental health activism to poetry to storytelling.

The general umbrella for this wandering is my work as a writer and performer, and the feeling of necessity to make some of the invisible work visible. For a long time I was sour because nobody believed me when I said I actually am a decent writer, but the situation got better when I let them read some of my work. Who would have guessed doing is better way to show than being a show off?

#queenofwandering is Jenni Nikinmaa, a poet & playwright from Finland/Ireland, who writes misbehaving poetry, poetic and disturbing drama and performs spoken word in clothes that have holes in them, not only because of her bad attitude but also because we need to change the things we consider important on the brink of ecological catastrophe.


Published by jennitiera

I'm a playwright & poet from Finland and in love with Ireland. My work is often beautiful and disturbing, and some of the writers I've been compared to are Suzan-Lori Parks, Sarah Kane, Virginia Woolf - to name the three I'm most aspiring to reach while learning more about how words, rhythms, sentences, ideas, embodiments and wilderness tie together as works of literature.

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