Jordan Davis was poetry editor of The Nation from 2011 to 2013.

His first book is Million Poems Journal, and he is a columnist for The Constant Critic.

Here's a page the Academy of American Poets made.

His poems have appeared in The Poker, Faucheuse, The Germ, Quid, Baffling Combustions,  and Shiny, among other journals.

His essays and reviews have appeared at the Poetry Foundation, and in the TLS, San Francisco Chronicle, Slate, Boston Review, and The Nation.

He kept a daily blog from 2002 to 2008. In February 2012 he blogged for The Best American Poetry.

With Chris Edgar he edits The Hat. From 1997 to 2005 they published as a print journal; in 2013 they are relaunching as a monthly for the iPad.

He has read his poetry around the world, from Copenhagen to San Diego.

He has spoken on panels at AWP about poetry and criticism online, publishing collectives, and his work with Kenneth Koch.

He has also spoken at the Museum of Modern Art, the Poetry Project, The New School, Denison University, the University of Kansas, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Princeton University, Cornell University, Columbia College, and the New York City public schools.

Once upon a time, he hosted The Million Poems Show, a poetry talk show. Everybody on it was amazing, and audiences, though small, were serious when they said they loved it.

He is the father of two boys, and he divides his time between New York and Ohio.