Worlds of Seaborn Jones
Seaborn Jones has been published in the New York Quarterly, Southern Poetry Review, River Styx, Chattahoochee Review, Bogg, Poetry New Zealand, Pearl, Rockhurst Review, Studio One, Wilshire Review, Louisiana Review and numerous other journals including translations of his work for European publications. His poems have been anthologized in 80 on the 80s (Ashland University Press), Scorched Hands (Pariah Press), Chester H. Jones Foundation, National Poetry Contests Winners 1993, and in Java Monkey Speaks Anthology #3 (2008). He has received three International Merit Awards from Atlanta Review. He is the author of five books: Drowning from the Inside Out (C.V. Editions, Cherry Valley, NY), Lost Keys (Snake Nation Press, Valdosta, GA), Getaway Car in Reverse (Steam Iron Press), Black Champagne (Middle Georgia College), and X-Ray Movies (MAS) which received the Georgia Author of the Year Award in Poetry. He has been the recipient of the Violet Reed Haas Poetry Prize and was selected as the 1991 Alan Collins Scholar in Poetry at the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Seaborn is a native of Macon, Georgia, and continues to speak and read extensively throughout the United States.