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John Stupp's poetry has appeared in The Seattle Review, Chelsea, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, 5 AM, The Pennsylvania Review, Prism International and other regional magazines. He has lived and worked in various states as a jazz musician, university instructor, taxi driver, radio news writer, waiter, auto factory laborer and paralegal. He now lives near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with his wife Bette and his dog Buster.
I live in Philadelphia where I work at Kelly Writers House, as Reviews Editor for Jacket2, and teach writing at University of Pennsylvania and Temple University. With Emily Pettit, I co-coordinate the Whenever We Feel Like It reading series.