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Columbia River Gorge

Exult Road is here to uplift and celebrate life, and you. 

Publishing, Writing, Consulting

Jill L. Cooper

Jill L. Cooper is a poet and writer. Her writing has appeared in print literary journals, The Raven ChroniclesThe Floating Bridge ReviewShark Reef Literary Magazine, as well as online magazines, Rewire MeThe Rebelle Society, HIV Here & Now, and others. Cooper’s poetry has been anthologized in Silent Applause of Butterflies (Columbia Center for the Arts, 2014), Pontoon (Floating Bridge, 2015), Delirious—A Tribute to Prince (Night Ballet Press, 2016), and in I Only Wanted to See You Laughing (Yellow Chair Review, 2016), and others. She was the creator and editor of The Yes Book (Exult Road, 2014). Cooper has served as the Executive Director of a Buddhist publishing house, and as a consultant to publishers, and as an author coach. She is currently working on a book-length collection of prose poetry, and on a collection of lyrical essays. Cooper lives in the beautiful Palouse region of Washington state. In all her work, she intends to affirm and celebrate existence. To contact her, write to jillcooper11 at gmail dot com. 

Yes Is an Invitation.

Jill Cooper

Flower Art and Photo by Verity Arndt

Flower Art and Photo by Verity Arndt

Yes is not always adventurous. Yes is not always reaching for more. Yes is not always stereotypically positive.

Yes is the ultimate allowing.

From your yes place—free of resistance—the aperture of time and space opens up; so much is possible. Invisible gifts become suddenly visible. The resulting practical transformations usually make life easier, richer, clearer.

Expand into Yes. Feel into the stretch if the newness is uncomfortable, or into the sweet relaxation of accepting all as it is, with observation and love.

Say yes with your heart, with your mind, and with your life, and invite a world of grace and good, like a morning sunrise, into your spacious heart.

Jill Cooper 

Exult Road


Flower Art and photo by Verity Arndt