Jasmine Sailing

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Jasmine Sailing
Sailing in 1991
Sailing in 1991
Born1971 (age 52–53)[1]
United States
Occupationeditor, publisher, event organizer, journalist, short story writer, essayist, gardener.
Subjectfringe art and culture
Literary movementConfessional poetry

Jasmine Sailing is an author, events organizer, performer, music journalist, and editor-publisher of the magazine CyberPsychos AOD. She also organized the Death Equinox conventions in Denver, Colorado, where she resides.[2] She debuted the CPAOD Books book line in 1995.[3]

In the 1990s she performed in multiple music bands (as a synthesist and sometimes vocalist), including Futura Ultima Erotica, Goon Patrol, Ludicrous, and YHVH.

She was raised in the mountains of Colorado.

Sailing has been a guest at Readercon[4] and World Horror Convention.

After running Death Equinox 2001 and publishing various books and another Cyber-Psychos AOD, Sailing put her regular projects on hiatus. She had serious health problems from untreated Graves' disease and Multiple sclerosis.[5][6] She then recuperated while working on more simple projects. One of them was a Pair Go tournament called Te wo Tsunaide. It was the first Pair Go tournament in the United States outside of the US Go Congress, and during the first year she had support and guidance from Korean professional player and Go book author Janice Kim.[7][8]

Publication history[edit]

The publications in which Sailing's works have appeared include:


  1. ^ "Summary Bibliography: Jasmine Sailing". isfdb.org.
  2. ^ "Westword interview, 1999". Archived from the original on June 8, 2011. Retrieved October 15, 2009.
  3. ^ Thomas, David, Alternatives: Dark imaginations foment in new book line, The Denver Post, Friday, July 14, 1995.
  4. ^ "Readercon 9 Program".
  5. ^ Jasmine Sailing's bio "about that 2001 thing" section.
  6. ^ Franksgiving 2010 Video Documentary, November 2010
  7. ^ American Go Association EJournal November 11, 2005, Mile-Hi Pair Go announcement
  8. ^ Te wo Tsunaide web site
  9. ^ Jakubowski, Maxim (July 9, 1998). The Mammoth Book of Historical Erotica. Carroll & Graf. ISBN 9780786705863 – via Google Books.
  10. ^ "Morbid Curiosity Magazine".
  11. ^ "A Brief History of Permeable Press". Archived from the original on September 22, 2009. Retrieved October 16, 2009.
  12. ^ "Contents Lists". www.locusmag.com.
  13. ^ Bloodsongs – Australian Horror Magazine
  14. ^ "cambrianpubs.com". ww5.cambrianpubs.com.

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