James K. Zimmerman is an award-winning poet and frequent Pushcart Prize nominee. His poems have been published in journals such as Atlanta Review, Carolina Quarterly, Chautauqua, Folio, Lumina, Nimrod, Pleiades, and Rattle, among many others. He has read his works in dozens of venues, including Poets’ House, KGB, Cornelia St. Cafe, San Jose State University, PCCC, Amherst Writers & Artists, and the Association of Writers & Publishers. His book of poems, “Little Miracles” (2015) is published by Passager Books. A second book of poems, “Family Cookout” (2016), is the winner of the 2015 Jessie Bryce Niles Award from The Comstock Review.
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