Jon Meyer’s published work has been included in The Village Voice, Arts, Artnews, Q and a number of other journals. He was also a member of a small team that edited and published Bhau Kalchuri’s book, Awakenings. He also encouraged his undergrad and grad students to develop their own individual critical voice in their work. Jon Meyer has taught at Rochester Institute, Clemson, U. Dayton (department chair), U. of Arizona (department head), U. of Maryland/Towson (department chair), UVM, Indiana (dean, chief development officer). He was involved in making a film as a leader of a small group, King Gimp which won the Academy Award at the Oscars in 2000 for Best Short Documentary. His NEA individual grant led to serving on an NEA panel/jury, and his art is in 16 museum collections. He has also served on a number of boards and board committees. Public lectures and poetry readings have taken him across the US, as well as Europe, Asia, and to Australia. Writing poetry has been a constant. He has a BS from U. of Vermont, MFA from Rutgers, MID from Pratt Institute.