Jonathan Farmer is the author of That Peculiar Affirmative: On the Social Life of Poems (Stephen F. Austin, 2019) and the poetry editor and editor-in-chief of At Length. His poem, “Haw River Meditation,” was a finalist for the 2019 On Teaching Poem Prize, which is given to honor the best-unpublished poem written about K–12 teaching and/or teachers and was judged by Presidential Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco. He teaches middle and high school English and lives in Durham, NC.
Participation at the 2019 West End Poetry Festival
Presenting + Workshop | October 18, 2019 | 6:30 pm | flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill | October 18, 2019 | Noon to 8:30 pm | The Century Center in Downtown Carrboro & 2nd Wind