John A. Ward


She Said, #27, 2002.
No Antelope on the Fourteenth Floor, #29, 2003.
A Thief Like Me, #30, 2003, Dorsal winner
White Castle, #32, 2003
Zuzu Is Lusting, #33, 2004.
Ball-cock Assembly, #34, 2004
Night Things, #35, 2004
Thor Larsen, #36, 2004
Lady In Red,#37, 2005
Whoopeeman, #38, 2005
Color Me Safe, #39, 2005
Vamp At The Coffeehouse, #40, 2005.
Fowl Play, #41, 2006.
Renaissance Graduate Student, #42, 2006.
Hang Them High, #43, 2006
Saints And Sinners, #44, 2006
The Eyes Have It, #45, 2007
War Wounds, #46, 2007.
Serious Artist, #47, 2007.
Antepenultimate Halloween, #48, 2007.
Her New Story, #49, 2008.
Mudlucious, #50, 2008.
Fishing, #51, 2008.
Thus Spoke Sarah Duestra, #52, 2008.
No Anger Left, #53, 2009, Tapas Winner.
David, #54, 2009.
Phobophobia: Fear of Fears, #55, 2009, Dorsal Winner.
Moonbeams and Cheese, #57, 2010.
Wintergreen Neurosis, #58, 2010.
Gina Tells Me How She Drowned, #59, 2010.
Blessed Betty, #60, 2010.
Customer Service, #61, 2011.
Garbage, #62, 2011.
Waltz, #63, 2011.
The Seven Year Scratch, #64, 2011.
Monkeys on Espresso, #65, 2012.
Eek! Eek! Red!, #66, 2012.
Captain Quicksilver, #67, 2012.
Coffeehouse Angel, #70, 2013.
Mister Suppernatural, #72, 2013.
Do You Want More Hair?, #73, 2014, Dorsal Winner.
Pork Belly, #74, 2014.
Giant Squid Stranded in Hayfield, #76, 2014.
Angel in the Wood, #77, 2015.
The Saints We Know, #80, 2015.
Vocation, #82, 2016.
Margarita, #83, 2016.
Midnight in Calvary, #83, 2016.
The Most Beautiful Girl in the World, #85, 2017.
Wild Work, #86, 2017.
Leaving Our Bodies, #88, 2017.
The Highwayman Came Riding, Riding, #89, 2018.
Food With Attitude, #90, 2018.

Biography


John A. Ward was born on Staten Island, attended Wagner College in the early 60's, sold his first poem to Leatherneck magazine for $10, and became a biomedical scientist. He is now in Roanoke, Virginia running, writing and living with his dance partner. More of his work can be found at http://boogerjack.blogspot.com

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