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Jay Thompson

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Jay Thompson
Hometown Seattle, WA
Position Contributor

Jay Thompson is a Seattle native going to school in St. Louis. He is incredibly active in the literary community, both as a writer and editor. He has poems, interviews, and essays in (or forthcoming in) The Laurel Review, Cranky, Mare Nostrum, La Fovea, LitRag, and Poetry International and previously wrote a weekly column on poetics and literature at the Kenyon Review's blog.[1] Jay also plays in a band called the Shitty Friends.[2] Jay was one of only four authors to contribute more than a single chapter to The Compass Stone, the serialized novella in Pathfinder Adventure Path from 2007 through 2008.

Pathfinder credits

Title Date Volume (Page)
City of Serpents"City of Serpents" (The Compass Stone) 0811November 2008 PF16 (72)
Fear in a Handful of Rust"Fear in a Handful of Rust" (The Compass Stone) 0808August 2008 PF13 (72)
Running for Cover"Running for Cover" (Prodigal Sons) 1007July 2010 PF36 (72)
See also: Category:Works by Jay Thompson


  1. Jay Thompson. (Retrieved November 18, 2018). Jay Aquinas Thompson, Kenyon Review.
  2. Paul Constant. (February 6, 2009). Seattle Poetry Chain 11, The Stranger.