James Lee Jobe Poets’ Espresso newsletter 105 Degrees Today—June-July 2007 Sundown, Summer, The World--June-July 2007 The Sacramento Valley In Summer--June-July 2007 Rivers And Valley--June-July 2007 Citizen--February-March 2008 The Hurry—February-March 2008
James Lee Jobe has been published in Manzanita, Tule Review, Pearl, and many other periodicals. His poems are also 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 4 chapbooks published, the most recent is What God Said When She Finally Answered, Rattlesnake Press. He lives in Davis, CA with his wife and children.