Jim Cory has published 10 chapbooks of poems. His most recent publications are Wipers Float In The New Of The Reservoir (1918, The Moron Channel, New Orleans) and 25 Short Poems (2016, Moonstone Press, Philadelphia). He has edited poetry selections by contemporary American poets including James Broughton (Packing Up for Paradise, Black Sparrow Press) and Jonathan Williams (Jubilant Thicket, Copper Canyon Press). Poems have appeared recently in Apiary, unarmed journal, Bedfellows, Capsule, Fell Swoop, Painted Bride Quarterly, Skidrow Penthouse, Cape Cod Poetry Journal and Whirlwind. Recent essays include “What makes a queen a queen?” in the Gay & Lesbian Review, and “What do you think about concrete?” and “Are birds spies?” in the New Haven Review. He has been the recipient of fellowships from the Pennsylvania Arts Council, Yaddo and The MacDowell Colony.