John Holland grew up in outback Australia. Living on cattle stations his father Jack Holland managed in Queensland, the Northern Territory and the Kimberley.
He has been a stockman, miner, road worker, speech writer/media officer for a Queensland state member of parliament and a newspaper columnist.
John now lives in Townsville, tropical North Queensland and writes full time.
Check out his website: http://poetrysansfrontieres.weebly.com/
His writing credits include:
Old Year's Day (Louisa Publishing)
Somewhere far from Iris (Louisa Publishing)
Bitter Bread (Louisa Publishing)
The Light at the Bottom of the Garden. (Louisa Publishing)
Left of the Rising Sun (Louisa Publishing)
Dry Bones (Stonesthrow Poetry)
Under The Dog Star (Hammer & Anvil Books)
His work has also appeared in the anthologies:
Ink Angels (Allpoetry)
Found Patrick (Regina Sokas)
Rawahi (Lazarus Media)
His work has also appeared in the poetry magazines:
And many others.