The Manifest-Station was created by Jennifer Pastiloff as a place where people could come to have hard conversations about being human. Over the years it has evolved into a literary blog that is a safe space for words. Angela M Giles is the curator and editor of the site and a firm believer in the power of language. Francesca Grossman is an assistant editor who brings order to the chaos.
Welcome to the site, we hope you find what you are looking for.
If you don't, we hope you write it and submit.
Author, Beauty Hunter, URL Collector, founder of The Manifest-Station.
Jen is a writer living on an airplane. Her work has been featured on The Rumpus, The Nervous Breakdown, Jezebel, Salon, among others. Check out jenniferpastiloff.com for all retreat listings and workshops to attend one in a city near you. She tweets/instagrams at @jenpastiloff. Join a retreat by emailing email@example.com.
Jen is the guest speaker at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Massachusetts twice a year and once a year at the Tucson location. She also does an annual retreat at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in The Berkshires of Mass.
When she is not traveling she teaches yoga in Santa Monica and Marina Del Rey at Equinox.
Jen's Upcoming Schedule
You’re a beautiful force for good in the world, Jen. I’m proud to know you.
Dani ShapiroCalifornia, USA
Thank you Jennifer, for shining your light on mine.
Christy TurlingtonCalifornia, USA
I am a big fan of Jennifer Pastiloff and her blog, The Manifestation!
Naomi Shihab NyeCalifornia, USA
Angela M Giles
Editor, Curator, Accidental Warrior
Angela M Giles has had her work appear in The Healing Muse as well as on The Nervous Breakdown and The Manifest-Station. She tweets as @angela.m.giles, and when inspired updates her blog, Air Hunger. She lives in Massachusetts where she conquers the world, one day at a time and is unapologetically working hard to make kindness and grace sexy again.
Assistant Editor, Teacher, Monkey Chaser
Francesca Louise Grossman is a writer and teacher in the Boston area. Her work includes contributions to The New York Times Motherlode Blog, Brain, Child Magazine, The Huffington Post, Ed Magazine, Glasscases.com, S3 Magazine, and Interview Magazine. She graduated from Stanford University with a BA and MA in education and from Harvard University with a doctorate in educational leadership, with a focus on writing instruction. Francesca runs the Supporting Women Artists Project (SWAP), a writing and art residency for women, and teaches at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, among other places.