Douglas S. Jones
Douglas S. Jones lives in Tempe, AZ, where he co-edits poetry for Hayden’s Ferry Review. He has work in or forthcoming from Clackamas Literary Review, Quercus, The Comstock Review, and The Potomac Review, among others. He is finishing his MFA in Creative Writing at Arizona State University, where he is the Teresa A. Wilhoit Fellow for 2005-2006.
Douglas S. Jones’ “Passing Through,” “Notes on Rising Sherman Hill Summit,” and “On the Morning of the Last Funeral of the Year” appear in Caketrain Issue 04.
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