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G. Emil Reutter

Author's Bio

G Emil Reutter is a Philadelphia, Pa. based poet and author. He has worked in the factories, steel mills and rails of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. His work has been widely published in the small and electronic press and eight volumes of his collections have been published. He has read his poetry at venues in New England, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Arizona and Texas. In 2007 he founded The Fox Chase Review and The Fox Chase Reading Series .

Publications and Prizes

Books:
Carvings (Stonegarden.net Publishing, 2010), Blue Collar Poet (Stonegarden.net Publishing, 2009), Broken Shells and Hope (Stonegarden.net Publishing, 2008), Asphalt Road (Stone Garden Publishing, 2006), Plain Speak/Sweet Speak (Persistencia Press, 2006), Stirring Within Poems and Tales From Mount Carmel (BlazeVox Books, 2006), Life Views (Stone Garden Publishing, 2004), The Jonesville Collection (Stone Garden Publishing, 2004)
Anthologies:
The Garden Anthology (Stonegarden.net Publishing, 2008), The Brownstone Poets Anthology 2007 (Brownstone Poets, 2007), Poetry Ink (Plan B Press, 2006), Poetry Ink (Plan B Press, 2005)
Journals:
A Literary Bent, Alpha Beat Soup, Cake and the Crocodile, Events Quarterly, Indigo Rising, Lit Writ Sure, Mad Poets Review, Nefarious - Tales of Mystery, Open Wide Magazine, Palabras Press, Southern Ocean Review, Taj Mahal Review, The Dead Mule, The Lemming, The Stump, Underground Window, Velvet Illusion, Wilderness House Literary Review, Word Riot

G. Emil Reutter Resume

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Listing last updated: October 8, 2013

More Information

Listed as:
Fiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings?
Yes
Travels for readings?
Yes
Identifies as:
Other
Born in:
Levittown, PA
Raised in:
Levittown, PA

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