Joanna Lee

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Poetry matters.

Thank you for joining me on my January journey!

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$320 towards $750

What better way to start the year than with a 30-day sprint of creativity? If you're here, I hope it means you're reading along, and maybe even finding some inspiration to kick off your own 2023. I also hope it means you're considering supporting my efforts--and all the amazing work at Tupelo Press--by becoming a patron of this month's 30/30 project. Even the smallest bit makes a difference. Your dollars help bring beautiful books into the world...and the world needs all the beauty it can get!



Joanna Lee is the author of the chapbook Dissections (2017), a co-editor of the anthology Lingering in the Margins (2019), and founder of the Richmond, Virginia community River City Poets. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in JAMA, Rattle, Parhelion and elsewhere, and has been nominated for both a Pushcart and multiple Best of the Net prizes. Having earned her MD from the Medical College of Virginia and a Master’s in neuroscience from William & Mary, she currently co-owns (with her husband, John) RVA coffeeshop and all-day breakfast joint Café Zata. They live in Richmond’s Northside with 1-year-old cat Karma.