, an online journal of arts and literature
This journal has published eight of Jake Adam York's poems, as well as an interview with him.
3.2 (Fall 2004): Four poems
: "Bunk Richardson," "Consolation," "On Tallaseehatchee Creek," and "Vigil."
4.1 (Spring 2005): An Interview
with Jake Adam York
5.2 (Fall 2006): Four poems
: "At Liberty," "Substantiation," "For Reverend James Reeb," and "For Lamar Smith."
Colorado Poets Center
The Colorado Poets Center website offers four poems
by Jake Adam York: "Walt Whitman in Alabama," "Hush," "Negatives," and "York."
Jake Adam York works with students and faculty at the University of Colorado, Denver on Copper Nickel
, a journal of art and literature.
, an electronic journal of text and art
Jake Adam York has published three poems in this journal.
3.2: "Elegy for James Knox
7.2: "The Crowd He Becomes
This journal published Jake Adam York's poem, "Interferometry
, an online journal of poetry, poetics, &c.
Jake Adam York has published seven poems
in this journal: "Aubade," "Doppler," "What You Wish For," "Under," "Fell," "Heat," and "Regret/Egret."
Interview with Jake Adam York
in Dislocate Magazine
is a literary journal run by Creative Writing MFA students at the University of Minnesota.
Jake Adam York
Jake Adam York's website includes his blog, information about his publications, and a schedule of his readings.
, an online poetry magazine
This magazine published Jake Adam York's poem, "Legba Says
, a poetry magazine
by Jake Adam York have appeared in Shampoo
: "Still" and "Bye Bye Blackbird/Blackbird Bye Bye"
Jake Adam York is one of the editors of storySouth, an online publication showcasing fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry by southern writers.
, a journal of the built and natural environments
Jake Adam York has published three poems
: "Panoramic: Landscape With Repeating Figures," "Double Exposure," and "Elegy for Little Girls."
Town Creek Poetry
Jake Adam York was the Featured Poet in Volume 1 Issue 1 (Spring 2007)
of Town Creek Poetry
. In this issue, he participated in an interview
and published ten poems: "At Cornwall Furnace
," "Elegy for Little Girls
," "In the Magic City
," "Landscape in Dolomite and Ferric Oxide
," "Looking for Cane Creek Furnace
," and "Midnight, Furnace, Wind
Three of Jake Adam York's poems
have appeared in this magazine: "Diphthong," "Virga," and "Radiotherapy."