Zoe Anglesey was a poet, editor, and jazz article writer who began her literary profession as soon as the ’70s. Originally through the Pacific Northwest area, she shifted to NY in 1978. Her most accessible original function was Something A LOT MORE THAN Push: Poems for Guatemala, 1971-1982. Furthermore to composing poetry, Anglesey was intensely thinking about jazz, and had written evaluations, interviews, and content articles for a number of jazz magazines, including Down Defeat, Jazziz, The Town Voice, The SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Examiner, and many more. Her poetry frequently bore the rhythmic impact of jazz aswell, and sometimes produced explicit references towards the jazz globe. She edited five poetry anthologies during the period of her profession, including 1999’s well-received PAY ATTENTION! Spoken Term Poetry, which collected function by nine acclaimed — and frequently music-influenced — NY performance poets. Sadly, Anglesey also waged an extended and draining struggle with lung tumor, and was the beneficiary of many charitable concerts staged by a number of the jazz music artists she’d befriended. She passed on on Feb 12, 2003.