Originally from the flatlands of central Illinois, Justin Hamm now lives near Mark Twain territory in Missouri. He is the founding editor of the museum of americana and the author of a full-length collection, Lessons in Ruin (Aldrich Press, forthcoming), and two chapbooks Illinois, My Apologies (RockSaw Press, 2011) and The Everyday Parade/Alone With Turntable, Old Records (Crisis Chronicles, 2013). Recent work has also been selected for the Stanley Hanks Memorial Poetry Prize from the St. Louis Poetry Center.
Publications and Prizes
Lessons in Ruin (Aldrich Press, 2014)
The Everyday Parade/Alone With Turntable, Old Records (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2013), Illinois, My Apologies (RockSaw Press, 2011)
The Captain's Tower: Poems for Bob Dylan at 70 (Seren Books, 2011)
Atticus Review, Big Muddy, Cold Mountain Review, Country Dog Review, Cream City Review, decomP, Eclectica, Emprise Review, Flycatcher, Forge, Foundling Review, Heron Tree, Hiram Poetry Review, Hobble Creek Review, I-70 Review, JMWW, New York Quarterly, Nimrod, Oak Bend Review, Oxford Magazine, Pindeldyboz, Plains Song Review , Punchnel's, Quiddity, REAL: Regarding Arts & Letters, Red Rock Review, Referential Magazine, Rougarou, Sakura Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Star*Line, Stoneboat, Storm Cellar, Sugar House Review, The Battered Suitcase, The Brooklyn Review, The Chaffey Review, Willow Review
Stanley Hanks Memorial Poetry Prize
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Listing last updated: April 11, 2014