photo by françois biajoux
John D Robinson, born in the UK in 1963, is a published poet; When You Hear The Bell, There’s Nowhere To Hide (Holy&intoxicated Publications 2016),Cowboy Hats & Railways (Scars Publications 2016).
Robinson is a contributor to the 2016 48th Street Press Broadside Series. His work appears widely in small press, and online literary journals including Rusty Truck, Red Fez, Outlaw Poetry, Bareback Lit, Degenerate Literature, The Commonline Journal, Haggard & Halloo, Beatnik Cowboy, Boyslut, Anti Heroin Chic, In Between Hangovers, Grandma Moses Press, Yellow Mama, Hobo Camp Review, Eunoia Review, Zombie Logic Review, Rats Ass Review, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, A Cavalcade Of Stars, Dead Snakes, Hand Job Zine, Horror Sleaze and Trash, Outsider Poetry, Your One Phone Call, Spokes, Grandma Moses Press, Down In The Dirt Magazine, and Walking Is Still Honest Press.
He is married and lives in the UK with his wife.