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Scott Ruescher

Scott Ruescher won the 2013 Erika Mumford Prize for poetry about travel and international culture from the New England Poetry Club for “Looking for Lorca”—one of the eleven poems in his chapbook Perfect Memory (Finishing Line Press, 2015). Some of the other poems have appeared in Tower Journal, Naugatuck River Review, In My Bed, Harvard Educational Review, and the Larcom Review. His chapbook Sidewalk Tectonics was released by Pudding House Publications in 2009. Ruescher coordinates the Arts in Education program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and teaches in the Boston University Prison Education program. (updated 7/2015)

AGNI has published the following work by Scott Ruescher:

African Souvenirs
Big Black Hearses
Black and White Elegy
Concord Truce
Dare Me
Dear George
Dog Gone Ode
The Driver Kept on Going
First Impression
For Starts
Gold Mining
Hot Water
I Look into the Pothole
I Look into the Pothole
Mouse Chase
Objects of Love
Screech Owl
Taking the Cue
Unintentional Lullaby
Weather Report

and read more

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