“Some much depends upon Jefferson Carter, Hero of the Humiliated, Mensch of the Unmentionable. No longer can we shun the rumor that he is indeed the long-awaited love child of Rimbaud, Jim Morrison, and Sarah Silverman, such is this poet’s unerring irreverence.”—William Pitt Root
Jefferson Carter directs the Writing and Literature Program, and teaches developmental composition and poetry writing at Pima Community College, Downtown Campus. His eight books of poetry include Litter Box (Spork Press, 2004), SENTIMENTAL BLUE (Chax Press, 2007), MY KIND OF ANIMAL (Chax Press, 2010), and GET SERIOUS: NEW & SELECTED POEMS (Chax Press, 2013). He has lived in Tucson, Arizona, since 1954. He has won a Tucson/Pima Arts Council Literary Arts Fellowship, and his poems have appeared in such journals and e-zines as Carolina Quarterly, CrossConnect, 2River View, and Barrow Street. His chapbook Tough Love won the Riverstone Poetry Press Award.
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