Valjeanne Jeffers is a graduate of Spelman College, and a member of the Carolina African American Writer’s Collective. She was also a featured writer during Spelman College's Octavia Butler Arts and Activism (2013), and Florida A&M University's Black to the Future events.
Her writing has been published in numerous anthologies including: 60 Years of Black Women in Horror Fiction; Steamfunk!; Genesis: A Black Science Fiction Anthology Volumes I and II; Genesis Science Fiction Magazine; The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South (as Valjeanne Jeffers-Thompson); Griots: A Sword and Soul Anthology; Liberated Muse I: How I Freed My Soul; PurpleMag; Drumvoices Revue Issues 15, 16, and 17; 31 Days of Steamy Mocha; Griots II: Sisters of the Spear, Possibilities; Black Gold; and The City.
Valjeanne is also one of the screen writers for the horror anthology film, 7Magpies (in production).