- Expected 31 May 2019
Praise for Jennifer Juan
“Juan’s language is accessible and the poems are about the here and now, about contemporary subjects that we are all familiar with and that, to me, is its big appeal.” – KateKreates.co.uk
“This very talented writer engages the reader with verses of truth and devastating irony that lurk in our everyday lives” – kelemchi.co.uk
“Juan just has a beautiful way of describing feelings. Her imagery is stunning...” – joyfulantidotes.com
About The Book
Jennifer Juan’s poetry collection, Ol’ Brown Eyes Is Back is a triumphant cry of freedom, and an emancipation from the old insecurities and ideals that so many find themselves trapped by.
Filled with honest, healing verses that tell a story of self discovery, healing and the road to self acceptance, Ol’ Brown Eyes Is Back is witty but heartfelt, giving fresh perspectives on millennial life, the perils of romance, mental health and the modern world, finding beauty in life’s hardest moments, and celebrating the joy in the finest.
For everyone travelling through life who needs to hear that they’re not alone, this volume will be a breath of fresh air and a comforting friend, for the good times and the bad.
About The Author
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, JenniferJuan.Com, as well as through social media, posting written poetry and video projects.
In 2017, Juan began producing a weekly podcast, Sincerely, Jennifer x, sharing her poetry and insights into her writing techniques, and also released several printed volumes of poetry, including the critically acclaimed “Home Wrecker”, and in 2018's “27, With A White Lighter” as well as her debut EP, “Wildflowers”, with her music gaining over 29,000 listeners on Spotify alone in her first year as a recording artist.