Frank Jamison’s poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous literary journals, including Arkana, Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Avalon Literary Review, Big Muddy, DASH Literary Journal, Glint Literary Journal, The MacGuffin, Moon City Review, Nimrod, The Penmen Review, Pennsylvania English, The Phoenix, Spoon River Poetry Review, South Carolina Review, The Wax Paper, and many others. His book of poems, Marginal Notes, was published in 2001, and his most recent book of poems, Songs of Unsung People, was published in 2021. His poems have won the Robert Burns/Terry Semple Memorial Poetry Prize and the Libba Moore Gray Poetry Prize. He has also been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He is a member of the Tennessee Mountain Writers and the Knoxville Writers’ Guild. Frank lives and writes in Roane County Tennessee beside the Tennessee River.