beauty brings joy not sadness yet somehow my heart breaks small pieces at the overbearingness the hardness the shapeRead More
Author: Jason Melvin
Jason Melvin is a father, husband, grandfather, high school soccer coach, and metals processing center supervisor, who lives just north of Pittsburgh. Most of his poems come to him while riding his lawnmower around the yard.
His work has recently appeared in The Beatnik Cowboy, Olney, Rat's Ass Review, Bombfire, Front Porch Review, Orangepeel, Anti-Heroin Chic, Zero Readers and Sledgehammer, among others. He was nominated for a Pushcart by Outcast and was named second runner up for the Heartwood Poetry Prize 2021.