Henry Stimpson

Henry Stimpson’s poems, essays, humor, and articles have appeared in Cream City Review, Rolling Stone, Muddy River Poetry Review, The Auroean, Common Ground Review, Vol1Brooklyn, Poets & Writers, The Boston Globe, Yankee, New England Ancestors, New England Monthly, Bostonia, Boston Phoenix, Beauty/Truth, Embodied Effigies, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Ovunque Siamo and others. He’s been a public relations consultant and freelance writer since 1984. Before that, he was a reference librarian, the librarian of a maximum-security prison and a cabdriver. He lives in Massachusetts.