Jim Brosnan is a university professor, writer, and photographer who lives with his wife Donna in southeastern Massachusetts. Jim’s passion for exploring new places has brought him to thirty-nine states in the continental United States as well as New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, and Quebec. His travel has included cross-country road trips with stops at Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone, the Rocky Mountains, and Yosemite as well as long-distance trips by rail to Dallas, St. Louis, Chicago, Washington, DC, and Charleston, South Carolina. He is a five-time finalist in NEATE’s Poet of the Year competition and has won awards by the National Federation of Poetry Societies.
POETRY HAS APPEARED IN...
Eunoia Review (Singapore)
Minnesota English Journal
Nine Muses (Wales)
Scarlet Leaf Review (Canada)
Voices of the Poppies (United Kingdom)
Crossways Literary Magazine (Ireland)
Lakeview: International Journal of Literature and Arts (India)
Naugatuck River Review
WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID
Painterly, generous, Brosnan’s poems reminded me that attending to beauty is a daily practice, and writing it all down is a kind of prayer.
— Kimberly Cloutier Green, author of The Next Hunger