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Will Nixon

Will Nixon grew up in the Connecticut suburbs, spent his young adulthood in Hoboken and Manhattan, then moved to a Catskills log cabin in 1996 complete with a wood stove and mice.

For years, he wrote environmental journalism, then turned to poetry and personal essays. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and listed in Best American Essays 2004. He now lives in Woodstock, NY with a wall thermostat for heat, but still can`t get rid of the mice.

Website:  www.willnixon.com

Contact Information: willnixon2001@yahoo.com

 

Will Nixon`s 'The Pocket Guide to Woodstock' Coming Out in July - 'The Pocket Guide to Woodstock' by Will Nixon and Michael Perkins Lands at the Comeau July 8th.

Zombies at Easter - Who says zombies don't respect Christ? Here's a poem inspired by "Night of the Living Dead."

A Poem for the New York Knicks - Thanks to Linsanity I've gotten interested in my old team for the first time in 40 years. Here's a poem about idolizing my heroes.

Happy Birthday! George Washington, Hey, Tell a Lie! - My good friend, Bobbi Katz, has written a poem imagining what George Washington should have said when asked if he'd chopped down a cherry tree.

What's Worse--Snow or No Snow? - Here in the Catskills we're still waiting for winter. It wasn't always this way. I remember one winter in my log cabin that I thought would never end.

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