Jim Dunlap

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Jim Dunlap (born January 3, 1945 in Keokuk, Iowa) is a poet who published extensively in American small press magazines, in England, France, India, Australia, New Zealand, and online in Switzerland, England, Australia, New Zealand, and in many U.S. journals.

Jim is an associate Editor of Sonnetto Poesia, and he has been published in over 90 publications, including Potpourri, Candelabrum, Mobius, the Paris/ Atlantic, and online in Poetry Life and Times, Poetry Repair Shop, The Poets' Porch, and many others. He is a resident poet on Poetry Life & Times. He has been in the Writer's Digest top 100 in 3 categories, rhymed verse, unrhymed verse and the literary short story. He is listed in the Marquis Who's Who In America, the Marquis Who's Who In The World, and in the Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers which is a publication of Poets and Writers Magazine.

Jim's poetry is found on http://www.pw.org/content/jim_dunlap_1

http://www.poemhunter.com/jim-dunlap/poems/

http://www.thehypertexts.com/Jim%20Dunlap%20Poet%20Poetry%20Picture%20Bio.htm

http://allpoetry.com/column/9188321-Book-Review-The-Spirit-of-Christmas-in-Poetry-by-Jim-Dunlap-by-WandaLeaBrayton


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