Justice Putnam (26 March 1955 / Eugene, Oregon)
First a member of the Laguna Beach Free Poets, Justice Putnam then joined the Los Angeles Art/ Performance/ Poetry/ Dance/ Punk movement in the early 80's. His poetry has been published in Elektrum Magazine, Vol. No. Magazine, American Poetry Anthology, Literatus World Review, Berkeley Daily Planet and other academic and small press journals.
A scholar-athlete in his youth, Justice Putnam worked as an orderly, an emergency room technician, a Roustabout and a Production Operator at an oil refinery. He taught History and English in private schools briefly, while coaching football and track. He has been a professional chef and restaurant owner, a surfer, deep-sea fisherman and a ... more »
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- After The Dressage
- Age Of Dallas
- An Oil Lamp Turned Low
- And The Angels Weep
- Compulsory Surrender
- From Big Sur To Malibu
- Naked in the Flow
- Not Saints But Men
- On Poetry And Fathers
- Shanghaied To A Casino
- The Dates Of Demarcation
- Toward An Understanding Of Metropolitan ...
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