About the Artist
Jim Ross jumped into creative pursuits in 2015 after rewarding research career. With graduate degree from Howard University, in seven years he’s published nonfiction, fiction, poetry, photography, hybrid, plays, and interview in nearly 200 journals on five continents. Writing publications include Caustic Frolic, Columbia Journal, Hippocampus, Lunch Ticket, Manchester Review, Newfound, Ocotillo Review, The Atlantic, The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, and Typehouse,. Photo essays, usually structured around writing, include Barren, DASH, Kestrel, Ilanot Review, Litro, New World Writing, Slant, Sweet, Typehouse, and Wordpeace, with Pilgrimage Magazine forthcoming. He recently wrote/acted in a one-act play and appeared in a documentary limited series, I Sniper, broadcast domestically and internationally. A nonfiction piece of Jim’s was recently nominated for Best of the Net. Jim and his wife–parents of two nurses, grandparents of five little ones—split their time between city and mountains.