Justin Booth

Justin Booth

Justin Booth, originally from Black Oak, Arkansas, now resides in Little Rock. He is a writer of outlaw poetry, a teller of tales, and a raconteur of the old tradition. Formerly a homeless I.V. drug addict his work reflects the exciting hardscrabble life he has known. He has multiple books of poetry; Trailer Park Troubadour  (2013), The Singer, The Lesbian, & The One with the Feet (2015), A Quarter, a Dime, and Two Copper Pennies (2015), Outlaw Blue (2016), Lucky Strikes, Grave Dirt, and 1/3 of the Stars (2016),The Stripper’s Daughter (2017) and The Luckiest Man (2019). He can sometimes be seen in local comedy clubs shocking audiences with his off color sense of humor.

Love (2019)
Barred II (2019)
Turkey, Tinsel, & Tension (2019)