Mirabelle Jones is a writer, performer, and queer feminist art warrior born in the Bay Area and currently living in Los Angeles, CA. She is an Artist-in-Residence at The Hive Gallery and Studios where she is a regular presence at Downtown LA Art Walk. Previously, she has served as Artist-in-Residence at Women’s Studio WorkshopThe Foundry NightsKALA Arts Institute, The Stone Soup Collective, The Koz Collective, and ABCO Art Space. Currently, she operates as an organizer for Hollaback LA! and serves as a sexual assault and domestic violence advocate. She has received awards from The Pollination Project and theCollege Book Arts Association for her project JARRING III, a collection of survivor narratives with proceeds benefiting rape crisis centers. In 2011, she founded the collective Art Against Assault, encouraging the development of artistic works that depict sexual assault and domestic violence survivor narratives to raise funds for survivor resources. Her works have appeared in exhibitions throughout the United States, including Maker Fair & the Codame Art & Tech Festival. She has lectured at the College Book Arts Association, Academy of Art University, presented at the Southern Graphics Council International Conference and Mindshare LA. The first woman to ever graduate in the Fiction concentration with an MFA in Book Art & Creative Writing from Mills College, she is the Founder & Editor in Chief of The Book Art Blog and a docent at the International Printing Museum.