Despite being blacklisted from the Garden of Eden years ago, Juleigh Howard-Hobson’s work appears in many leading journals in the US and abroad, such as The First Line, Aesthetica, Going Down Swinging, The Liar’s League, KeyHole, HipMama, The Found Poetry Review, Hex Magazine, Her Circle, Danse Macabre, Prime Number,History is Dead (Permuted Press), and Mandragora (Scarlet Imprint). Her work has been nominated for both “The Best of the Net” and The Pushcart Prize. This summer, Ancient Cypress Press published Remind Me — her 4th and most recent book of formal poems.
Juleigh lives in the Pacific Northwest on an out of the way micro-farm with chickens, turkeys, bees, rabbits, bales of hay, beds of carrots, sinks of potatoes …and a few apple trees that never seem to attract snakes or naked people.
A poetic interview with her can be found here: http://www.poemeleon.org/poemeleon-the-blog/2011/4/23/the-habitual-poet-juleigh-howard-hobson.html