Hi, I’m Jeremiah Walton.  I’m a 19 year old poet and publisher from New Hampshire.  Nostrovia! Poetry is my child, born October, 2011.    I live out of a traveling bookstore that pops up on street corners, at open mics, slams, and festivals.  The internet is a scream and we are whispers.  The greatest poems are experiences and manifestos you cannot articulate.  The virus is silence.


VIDEOS: There’s a cat on my computer skin / I found the North Star in the South / We need those willing to cut themselves open for what they love / I am polite as fuck / Poetry kicked me in the balls  (Subscribe to my Youtube Channel)

TEXT:  NYC Poet Men / Love Poem 7When The Sun Rose / This Is Not About You / American RomansPoetry kicked me in the balls / Etymology of Christ

I also post my poetry and art at  Facebook / Instagram / Twitter.  I write articles on writing and 21st century culture at Nostrovia! Poetry’s blog.



Sadness Does Not Require An Ambulance (N!P) / Annoying Buzzing In My Ears (Kites Full of Whiskey) / Don’t Let The Sea Horses In (UB) / Witch-hunting Gatsby’s Children (UB)


Smile W/ Sparks (of a shotgun shot) (WISH) / Gatsby’s Abandoned Children (UB)


#ThisIsPoetry / 2014 NYC Poetry Festival / 2014 MidWest Small Press Festival  / 2014 Snoetry Festival / 2013 NYC Poetry Festival


Donations can be made to Nostrovia! Poetry and Books & Shovels to keep the projects alive.  If you’d like to book me for a show at your university or venue, please get in touch!  Contact information is at the bottom of this page.

If you have a blog / journal, I’d love it if you shared my writing.  If you’d like to write a review, I can mail physical books / email manuscripts to you.






I’m responsive at Twitter (@NostroviaPoetry).
My email is jeremiahwalton at nostroviatowriting dot com.

I’m not always able to answer immediately due to Books & Shovels, but will respond as quickly as I can.

Thanks for the support!

traveling bookstore

Books & Shovels

90 thoughts on “Biography

  1. Thank you for discovering my photography blog You gave me the opportunity to discover, explore and follow your blog. Hope we both enjoy our journeys. On behalf of the Through Harold’s Lens Creative Team, my trusty sidekick Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we wish you the best.


  2. read through some of your poems, glad to see young people with talent. i do take issue with somethings you have said, however, like, “Passion and freedom are privelages.” how can you think that? passion is naturally part of the human condition, and for freedom to be a privelage would imply slavery was a normal thing. passion is just an expression of concentrated love.

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