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By: Anthony R. Mc Collin

Being Jane Doe

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Jane Doe is every woman we meet, interact with and share our personal or professional spaces with. Through a series of discussions, interviews and interactions, Jane Doe is revealed in a variety of forms throughout this poetry piece. She is your mother, wife, daughter, sister, an abused spouse, a divorcee, a young girl suffering with low self-esteem who seeks inclusion, a LGBTQI person, a professional, a warrior and an inspiration to everyone who takes the time to read this compilation of poems story which relate to the high and low points of her life.

Being Jane Doe explores themes which captures the essence of femininity and explore the reality of womanhood through life stories written in poetry form. These themes include love and feelings, sexuality and relationships, self-harm and surviving abuse, parental relationships and family life, pregnancy and motherhood, religion and spirituality, and finally, self-worth and identity.

You or a woman in your life is Jane Doe, read the poetry of her life and become captivated in an unbreakable bond.

Being Jane Doe is a book for women and the men that care about them!


Anthony R. Mc Collin is a poet, educator and motivational speaker from the Caribbean twin island, State of Trinidad and Tobago. Born in 1990, he grew up in Clifton Hill, in the Capital City of Trinidad. He is the holder of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Studies (Andrews University), a Masters of Science Degree in Government (University of the West Indies) and a Diploma in Management (UWI School of Business & Applied Studies). Despite being a closet writer for most of his life, Anthony believes that poetry is an excellent medium to address critical issues through focusing on topics such as social inequity, hatred, crimes, corruption, gender, sexuality, poverty, religious intolerance, politics, youth and relationships. His approach to writing incorporates the common practice in the Caribbean of storytelling and seeks to reach the hearts, minds and consciences of readers, in order to bring about greater awareness, responsiveness and inclusivity.

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