Former co-owner of White Buffalo Café and Emporium and founding member of White Buffalo, J.T. Knoll has twice been awarded first place in column writing by The Kansas Press Association as a columnist for The Morning Sun. He has performed original songs and poetry in a myriad of venues across the country and led mindfulness and training workshops throughout the Midwest.
His poetry has appeared in journals such as The Midwest Quarterly, Another Chicago Magazine, Chameleon, and The Little Balkans Review. His published collections include Paperboy, True Stories, Entry / Exit Point, Chorus Line, Where The Pavement Ends, and Fetch Crazy
J.T. lives with his wife, Linda, and Arlo the Labradorian on Euclid’s curve in Pittsburg, Kansas, where he operates Knoll Training and Consulting. An ambivert, he is equally at home meditating and reading in his room as singing and reciting poetry in a performance hall.