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James William Reese

James William Reese, American writer, editor.

Background

  • Reese, James William was born on December 13, 1972 in Des Moines. Son of William Michael and Linda Sue Reese.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in English/Journalism, Wayne State College, Detroit, 1996. Master of Arts in English, University Nebraska, 2002. Postgraduate, University Nebraska.

    Career

    • Editor Logan House Press, Winside, Nebraska, since 1995. Freelance editor iuniverse, Lincoln, since 2000. Instructor English University Nebraska, since 2005.

      Photographer Jim Reese Photography, Lincoln, since 1999. Reader Nebraska Literature Festival, Peru (Nebraska) State College, 2001, Western Literature Association Conference, Omaha, 2001. Presenter in field.

    Works

    • These Trespasses
    • Poems about life in the midwest of the US by a gritty, Kerouac-like young poet.
    • Author: (book) As Worthless As Tits on a Boar, 1995, Salt Licked, 2002, Wedding Cake and Funeral Ham, 2002, The Jive, 2004, These Trespasses, 2005 (nominee Pushcart Prize, 2005). Contributor stories and poetry to several anthologies. Editor: Story (by Neil Harrison), All These Bullets, Separate as Nuns, Eager as Reynosa Whores (by Red Shuttleworth), A Time to Sink Her Pretty Little Ship (by William Kloefkorn), Was a Negro (by Charles Fort), Our Town - An Anthology of Nebraska Stories.

      Featured in, Lincoln Journal Star, Stetson. Com, Wayne Herald, Wayne State, Backstage Pass Magazine, others. Co-editor (with joint venture Brummels): The Great American Road Show, 2003.

      Editor: Alvin Turner as Farmer, 2005.

    Personality

    Interests

    Writing, photography, shuffleboard, walking the dog, imagining.

    Connections

    • Married Linda Ann Lammers, June 27, 1998.
    • father: William Michael
    • mother: Linda Sue Reese
    • spouse: Linda Ann Lammers
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    Born December 13, 1972
    (age 43)
    Nationality
    • 1996
      Wayne State College
    • 2002
      University Nebraska
    • 1995
      Editor Logan House Press
      Winside, Nebraska, United States
    • 2005
      instructor, English University Nebraska