Jim Chandler

Jim Chandler

Jimmy Lee "Jim" Chandler (born July 19, 1941) is a Southern poet (see Southern literature) and novelist from Tennessee. Chandler's poetry evolved from the post-beat generation through the underground scene. His 276-page poetry collection Smoke & Thunder, was published in 2003. In 2006 he published his first novel, Parallel Blues.

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