J. H. Beall

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J. H. Beall is an astrophysicist, a poet, and an author on issues related to public policy and national security. He is a member of the faculty at St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD, a senior consultant to the Space Sciences Division at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC, and an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the College of Science at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. He was a Congressional Science Fellow and an employee at the Office of Technology Assessment for the United States Congress from 1978 to 1979. He is also a member of the Science and Engineering Advisory Board of High Frontier in Arlington, Virginia; a member of the Board of Directors of the Word Works, Inc., Washington, D.C.; a member of the Advisory Council for the Schmidt College of Science at Chapman University in Orange County, California; a member of the Council of Scholars for the American Academy of Liberal Education in Washington, D.C.

Beall was a co-moderator and co-organizer with Maxine Kumin and William Meredith for the symposium, Science and Literature, held at the Library of Congress in 1981. He was also the project administrator for In the Shadow of the Capitol, an oral history of the Black Intellectual Community in Washington, DC between 1922 and 1963, which culminated in a colloquium at the Folger Shakespeare Library in 1981. His work has been featured on Grace Cavalieri’s “Poet and the Poem” program at the Library of Congress. Beall has published in the Hollins Critic and the St. John’s Review. His first book, Hickey, the Days, was published by The Word Works in 1981. His second book, Republic, was published by Toad Hall Press in 2010. The Italian translation of Republic appeared in 2013.


Beltway Poetry Quarterly: http://www.beltwaypoetry.com/poetry/poets/names/j-h-beall/

Submitted by Kim Roberts, December 2013


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