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John Burroughs, aka Jesus Crisis, is a Buddho-Taoist pacifist, poet, playwright, photograher, composer, and seeker in Elyria, Ohio. His work has appeared in dozens of print and online publications since 1983, and his first chapbook, Bloggerel, was published in 2008. Founder of the Crisis Chronicles Press and Online Library, John co-hosts a Lix and Kix Poetry Extravaganza at 7 p.m. every 3rd Tuesday at Cleveland's 806 Wine & Martini Bar. He is also writing a book about his 11 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
Kaleidoscope (1983), Images (1998), Inner Voices 6, The Conch-Us Times, Tomorrow Never Knows (1995), the Ministry of Theatre at Marion Correctional Institution (1996-2002), Cleveland Scene magazine (2004), issues 22 & 23 of The City Poetry (2008), The Cartier Street Review (Feb. 2009), Le Pink-Elephant Press' Second Annual Bookmark Series (2009), Admit2 (forthcoming, July 2009), and some others I've forgotten or want to forget.
Crisis Chronicles Press - 2008 - chapbook
Crisis Chronicles home page - (my main site)
Tao, Ow, and Wow of Jesus Crisis - (my blog)
Crisis Chronicles Online Library - (contemporary poetry and favorite classics)
MySpace backup profile
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