J.J. Blickstein Bio

J.J. Blickstein is a native New Yorker, poet/visual artist & the editor of Hunger Magazine and Press. He lives with Jen, a biologist/ herbalist & her two children, as kind-hearted predators next to the river. His works have most recently appeared or are forthcoming in Milk, 5-Trope, The Louisiana Review, Sundog: A Southwestern Literary Review, Heavenbone, The Temple, Pitchfork, Rattle, Long Shot, Fish Drum, Shampoo, Hart: A Tome for the Arts, Chronogram. And in the anthologies The Subterraneans (Poet's Gallery Press, 1998), American Diaepora: Poetry of Displacement (University of Iowa Press, 2001), Dyed-in-the-wool (Wet Paint Publishing, 2001), Shamanic Warriors, Now Poets (R&R Publishing, Scotland, 2001), Vespers: Religion & Spirituality in the 21st Century (Syracuse University Press, 2002).