Josh Honn (1979-) is an academic librarian, writer, and photographer living in Chicago. Honn is currently working on two projects: A Million Tongues are Calling for My Pen, a critical and reflexive biography of black radical Ross D. Brown, and A Grief Lexicon, a work of grief, poetry, autotheory, and photography. His first poetry chapbook, A Slow Archive, was self-published in 2015, and his work has appeared in Entropy and Asymptote. He can be reached using his first and last name at gmail.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Photograph by Sara Murphy, 2017