JEREMIAH DRIVER earned an MFA in Writing at Sarah Lawrence College, won the Thomas Lux Award, has been a horse trainer, a service member in the United States Army, worked heavy construction in Manhattan, and taught literacy/ writing in Queens and the Bronx. He blogs at jeremiahdriver.wordpress.com. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Terminus, Columbia Journal, UCity Review, Prairie Gold: An Anthology of the American Heartland, and Piecrust.
“To Love a Street,” “Ode to Cousin Mike,” “Ode to a Man Who Says Motherfucker Twice as Much as Any Motherfucker Should,” and “Texting with My Cousin Rhee” – FLAPPERHOUSE #11 (Fall 2016)
“Hey Joe” and “Ode to the Pyramid Scheme that Smart People Call Capitalism” – FLAPPERHOUSE XX (Winter 2019)