art by the feral artist
| Georgia Jones-Davis grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Los Angeles. She began to write and publish her poetry as a protest poet during the Vietnam War. She spent over twenty years in journalism, working as a staff reporter and editor as well as free-lance critic for various publications including The Washingon Post, New York Newsday and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. She was an Assistant Book Review Editor at the Los Angeles Times. Georgia now concentrates exclusively on poetry. Her work has appeared in Westwind, Voices From the Valley, Sam Hamil's website Poets Against War, The Bicycle Review and most recently, Brevities and The California Quarterly. She is a co-director of Valley Contemporary Poets and is at work on her first book.