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Timothy Juhl

Timothy Juhl lives on the banks of the Maquoketa River in Iowa with his dog, Joey, a bounding lunk of canine love. Tim slings breakfast for dusty farmers and full-hipped women in a small diner. His poetry has appeared in the Red River Review, Madison Review, The MacGuffin, Sand Canyon Review, Evansville Review, Infinity’s Kitchen, and a host of other obscure journals. Tim was the recipient of two Florida Artist’s grants and a founder of the Undead Arts Collective, which was a ruse to throw elaborate parties and raise money for children’s art programs in Florida. Tim taught poetry in the Pinellas County Juvenile system for many years as an artist-in-residence and conducted poetry classes for adults through the Dunedin Fine Arts Center in Dunedin, Florida. Locked in a trunk is a useless associate’s degree in Criminal Science, and should you meet him, he will let you know within five minutes that he is a vegan. He has one of the largest collections of Mold-A-Rama souvenir figurines in the United States. Just ask him. But only after he tells you he’s a vegan.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

  1. Books, books, and books
  2. Poetry
  3. The soundtrack to The Hours
  4. Joey
  5. My wicked past
  6. Friends, friends, and friends
  7. Pasta
  8. Walks in old cemeteries
  9. Deodorant
  10. Sarcasm

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