Joseph Reich is a social worker who lives with his wife and thirteen year old son in the high-up mountains of Vermont
He has been published in a wide variety of eclectic literary journals both here and abroad, been nominated seven times for The Pushcart Prize,
and his books in poetry and cultural studies include, "If I Told You To Jump
Off The Brooklyn Bridge" (Flutter Press) "A Different Sort Of Distance"
(Skive Magazine Press) "Pain Diary: Working Methadone & The Life
& Times Of The Man Sawed In Half" (Brick Road Poetry Press)
"Drugstore Sushi" (Thunderclap Press) "The Derivation Of Cowboys & Indians" (Fomite Press) "The Housing Market: a comfortable place to jump off the end of the world" (Fomite Press) "The Hole That Runs Through Utopia" (Fomite Press) "Connecting The Dots To Shangrila: A Postmodern Cultural Hx Of America" (Fomite Press) "A Case Study Of Werewolves" (Fomite Press) "Taking The Fifth And Running With It: a psychological guide for the hard of hearing and blind" (Broadstone Books) "The Rituals Of Mummification" (Sagging Meniscus Press) "Magritte's Missing Murals: Insomniac Episodes" (Sagging Meniscus Press) "How To Order Chinese During A Hostage Crisis: Dialects, Existential Essays, A Play, And Other Poems" (Hog Press) "The American Book Of The Dead" (Xi Draconis Books) "American Existentialism" (Tuba Press) "From Premonition To Prophecy" (Delinkwent Scholar Press) "an eccentric urban guide to surviving" (Analog Submission Press).
News From North Country The bright-eyed buxom broadcaster in thick makeup her mother never quite taught her to brush on correctly suddenly engulfs and swallows up her fellow newscaster boring the hell out