Thanks for taking the time to check out my work. It’s not all on here yet – my website is currently under construction. I’ll add content to it continuously, and you can keep up with the most recent changes by visiting my blog. Thanks again. — Boston
Boston Davis Bostian is a rhythm poet, writer, speaker, facilitator, and soon-to-be librarian. Boston received an undergraduate creative writing degree from the University of Houston and is currently a student at the University of North Texas in the Department of Library and Information Sciences, where B pursues a graduate degree in Archival Studies and Imaging Technology. Boston was a founding co-creator of the The GENDER Book Project; is the solo poet on the poetography project define:TraNsition; is the lead facilitator for the resource wiki Genderpedia.net; is the poet-writer working on the collection: Still[ed] Lifes; and will be a co-facilitator for the forthcoming Indie Penned Events – Poetry to Portrait reading series at Independence Art Studios in Houston, Texas. Boston’s poetry has also been published in the very first issue of THEM lit. B does “not” live in a shipping-container-art-studio in the Heights District of Houston, TX, though B does live with a chocolate lab of the teddy-bear-bulldozer variety (rescued from the SPCA and who does not answer to the name of Bailey), and with the spirit of a “gentleman” black lab named Jack… among other pesky spirits, chickens, and artists.