Jack Anderson is a poet and dance critic, who enjoys reading his work. In recent years he has read at colleges, cultural centers and houses of worship, as well as at the New York City Transit Museum and a Long Island tattoo shop. Other interests: music, theatre, caves.
Publications and Prizes
Getting Lost in City Like This (Hanging Loose Press, 2009), Traffic (New Rivers Press, 1998), Field Trips on the Rapid Transit (Hanging Loose Press, 1990), Selected Poems (Release Press, 1983)
Caliban, Chelsea, Hanging Loose, Open City, Paris Review, Poetry, Quick Fiction, Rattapallax
Pushcart Prize, National Endowment for the Arts literary award.