John Huey’s student work of the 60’s-70’s was influenced by teachers in Vermont such as John Irving at Windham College and William Meredith at Bread Loaf. After many years of involvement in an ongoing international business career that involved travel to over 90 different countries (including an intense, sometimes perilous, engagement with Russia between 2004-2013) he returned to writing poetry in 2011. Recently he has had poems presented in two issues of ‘Poetry Quarterly’ and in the ‘Temptation’ anthology published in London by Lost Tower Publications. Work has also appeared in ‘Leannan Magazine’, ‘Sein und Werden’, at ‘In Between Hangovers’, ‘Red Wolf Journal, ‘The Lost River Review’ and ‘Perfume River Poetry Review’. A poem regarding the Trump inauguration will appear shortly in an anthology to be published by Poets for Sanctuary (formerly known as Poets Against Trump). ‘The Moscow Poetry File’ is his first full length publication. His second full length book of poems, ‘The Far Visible’, was completed in 2016 and is now under review for publication. In 2017 Huey is in the final stages of a yet to be titled, 70 longer form poem book, involving the years 1966-1972. He was a ‘charter member’ of that generation and has not been satisfied with much of what he has seen in print and on film about that often trivialized and misunderstood era. This new work is an attempt to take another look at those years and to hopefully contribute to the ongoing study of those times. In 2018, he is planning to start work in earnest on his first novel, ‘The Lost Andy’s’, and he is looking forward to that adventure. Further information is available on the web at www.john-huey.com .