Born during the Great Depression, Jay Johnson studied at the University of Chicago, the University of Northern Colorado, San Francisco State University and The American Conservatory Theatre. His poetry has appeared in magazines as diverse as Light, The Gay and Lesbian Review, Art and Understanding, and Blue Unicorn. Although his works have been noted by John Crowe Ransom, Robert Duncan, John Simon, and others, he has rarely read his work in public. His collected poems, The Motion Picture Ball, is available on Amazon. Jay Johnson lives in Downtown Los Angeles and is currently working on his novel, Bluejacket.
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