James Lee Jobe
A dynamic and engaging performer of his work, James Lee Jobe is widely published and deeply respected poet who has long promoted budding poets in the Sacramento Valley. Jobe’s work has appeared in Manzanita, Tule Review, Pearl, and many other periodicals. His poems are also chosen to be included in the Sacramento Anthology: One Hundred Poems; Jewel Of The Valley: A California Anthology; and How To Be This Man: The Walter Pavlich Memorial Anthology. From 1994 – 1999 Jobe was the editor and publisher of One Dog Press, a poetry monthly. He also edited the Quarterly Clan Of The Dog. Jobe has four chapbooks published; the most recent is What God Said When She Finally Answered, Rattlesnake Press. He lives in Davis with his wife and children, and produces radio commercials in Sacramento.
James Lee Jobe performed on August 6th, 2008.