Few poets show the range of topics that Jamie Cavanagh shows. He writes powerfully (and humorously) on drugs, street life, and prison, but he does so both in the form of a common narrative poem, and the sweeping, intricate symbolism of nature poetry. You'll be impressed at the subtlety and intensity of his work.
Jamie has no e-mail address, but you can write him through Unlikely Stories.
Jamie's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
The Fate of the Earnest
A Dangerous Place
Stake in the Ass
Visitors Late in Autumn