J. Hudson is a poet, a writer, a lover, a human being. He started writing poetry in 2014 at the age of 19. Since then, he has found poetry to be an outlet for emotions that would otherwise have led him down a darker path. Poetry and writing has saved his sanity, in a sense. He began working on his debut collection circles in 2017 and also started other collections as time passed. Despite not publishing any collections as of 2020, the wheels of poetry are well in motion.
His first publication is due to be the unpublished poetry of maggie matthews.
the unpublished poetry
of maggie matthews
A companion work to Little Midnight.
Trigger warnings: eating disorder, suicide, self-harm, and substance abuse.
Maggie Matthews is a troubled individual with a lot of dark thoughts. Her best friend Erica has published these poems for her in a book for the world to see.
A stark look at J. Hudson's thoughts on what it means and takes to fall in love, be in love, and find yourself renewed through love.
The spark for the onemorecircle collection of artists. circles focuses on life, love, and loss. It heavily features imagery of nighttime, neon lights, heartache, and loneliness, with a sprinkling of various other themes.
circles is a collection of poems deeply intimate for J. Hudson, and as his debut work, they will most likely remain some of his most cherished and raw works.
and so what if i gave up,
at least i tried
A spiritual sequel to and so what if i wander, at least i'm not lost, this collection focuses more on the inner workings of the heart, mind, and soul. Heartache, both inflicted by lovers and the self. All will be bared.
and so what if i wander,
at least i'm not lost
A look through the lens of J. Hudson's life as he tries to find his way. Poems of loss and growth, love and hate, climate change and passion, anger and politics.
It's raw, to say the least.