Aaron B. Jackson is the author of Dogetry. He has also been published in over fifty publications and he is the former Poet Laureate of Jersey City, NJ. At times using the pen name Middlepoet, his work has appeared in The Bark Magazine, San Francisco Peace And Hope, Like One: Poems for Boston and Scripting Change: Seeing Past Sickness. His poetry has been exhibited in Finland’s Pori Art Museum as part of a multimedia collaboration with photographer Chi Modu and motion artist Jan Tompkins and he has twice been the recipient of grants from the Puffin Foundation. He spent ten years as the Director of Visual Merchandising for Strand Bookstore in New York City and is currently a manager at Bookworks in Albuquerque, NM. Jackson has written and starred in an ad campaign for the Partnership for a Drug Free America and he also served as a poetry judge for the Connecticut Office of the Arts and the Jersey City Independent. Currently he lives with his family in Albuquerque, NM.
Contact Aaron via gmail at abjpoet at gmail dot com.