JAMES WALTON is published in many anthologies, journals, and newspapers. He is the author of four widely acclaimed collections of poetry. ‘The Leviathan’s Apprentice’, ‘Walking Through Fences’, ‘Unstill Mosaics’, and ‘Abandoned Soliloquies’. His fifth collection will be released shortly. His work has been translated to and published in Spanish and Farsi. He was nominated for ‘The Best of the Net’ 2019 and is a Pushcart Prize 2021 nominee. He began writing creatively when he turned 60, mainly poetry, and now also writes short stories and flash fiction. He was a librarian, a farm labourer, and mostly a public sector union official.
He lives in South Gippsland in an Edwardian house that was once a maternity hospital, and a doctor’s surgery.
He can be found at jameswalton.poetry.blog