Judson Evans is a full-time Instructor in the Liberal Arts & Sciences Dept. at Berklee College of Music. Previously, he served as Chair of Liberal Arts at The Boston Conservatory for over twenty years. He is a poet and visual artist, who has focused on collaboration and crossing genres. He has published both contemporary lyric poetry and haiku and related forms. He is currently one of two Editors of Haibun for Haiku Society of America journal Frogpond. He was chosen as an "Emerging Poet" by John Yau for The Academy of American Poets in 2007 and won the “Philip Booth Poetry Prize” from Salt Hill Review in 2013. His poems have appeared in Folio, Volt, CutBank, and The Sugar House Review. His collaborative book of poems – Chalk Song — inspired by paleolithic cave paintings (with poets Susan Berger-Jones & Gale Batchelder) — was published by Lily Poetry Press, Boston, in October 2021.
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