Bill Nevins is a poet and cultural journalist who lives in the mountains near Angel Fire and in Albuquerque. His poems have appeared in his book Heartbreak Ridge & Other Poems (Swimming With Elephants Publications) and in Malpais Review, Mas Tequila Review, Green Left Weekly, Special Forces Charitable Trust Journal and other publications. His journalism is in No Depression, RootsWorld, Local iQ, FIVE, TREND, NM Kids and other magazines.
He grew up in and near NYC, moved to NM 20 years ago and plans to stay here. Bill hosts the monthly Poetry at Krypton Blue series and the occasional Resolana readings in Albuquerque. He appears in the film "Committing Poetry in Times of War" and is working a new documentary feature film about New Mexico poetry. His poetic influences include WB Yeats, RB Warren, Gregory Corso, Kell Robertson, Terence Winch, Eileen Myles, Sharon Doubiago, Jack Hirschman and the late great Peter Rabbit of Taos.