There is not enough information about Joe on the internet so here are links to some of the things I have found interesting.

A link to the Joe Bolton Archive at Western Kentucky University http://library.blog.wku.edu/2012/05/30/a-tragic-ending/

An Essay from Voltage Poetry on Joe’s poem “Childhood”. http://voltagepoetry.com/2012/12/03/baron-wormser-on-joe-boltons-childhood/

An archived Geocities page Tonya Parsons, one of Joe’s friends, made for Joe. http://www.oocities.org/tonparsons/

Charlotte Allyn’s essay in Cipher Magazine about searching for Joe Bolton. It contains some new information, and also some contradictory information. http://www.ciphermagazine.com/articles/2017/1/29/and-let-it-be-enough?rq=allyn

A pretty amazing, yet incomplete bibliography from Oyster Boy Review http://www.oysterboyreview.org/archived/07/bibliography.html

Visit Joe Bolton’s final resting place on Find A Grave http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=90175417

Tavern Books reprint of Joe Bolton’s chapbook, even if you have his collected works, it is worth $12 just for the new introduction. http://www.tavernbooks.com/books/breckinridge-county-suite

Jerry Harp’s Fall 2000 essay “On Joe Bolton”, in the Iowa Review, talks about Joe as part of the generation caught between the boomers and the Xers.
http://ir.uiowa.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=5299&context=iowareview

In an interview with Willow Springs Robert Wrigley speaks of Joe Bolton’s unfulfilled potential. http://willowsprings.ewu.edu/authors/wrigley.php (broken link)

Pdf of 1987 version of Breckenridge County Suite: To A Young Kentucky Woman from Crazyhorse http://ojs.library.cofc.edu/index.php/crazyhorse/article/view/19274/18046 (takes a while load)

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