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Red Shuttleworth

Author's Bio

RED SHUTTLEWORTH is the author of three poetry books: "Ghosts & Birthdays" (Humanitas Media Publishing, 2012), "Johnny Ringo" (House of Lit, 2012), and "Western Settings" (University of Nevada Press, 2000). He has also published over a hundred poetry chapbooks.

Publications and Prizes

Western Settings (University of Nevada Press, 2000)
We Drove All Night (Finishing Line Press, 2011), All These Bullets... (Logan House Press, 1997), Western Movie (Signpost Press, 1990), Living and Sinning for Them (Signpost Press, 1986), Poems to the Memory of Benny Kid Paret (Sparrow Press, 1978)
Open Range (Ghost Road Press, 2007), Line Drives (Southern Illinois University Press, 2002), The Logan House Anthology of 21st Century American Poetry (Logan House Press, 2001), Desert Wood (University of Nevada Press, 1991)
Abraxas, Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature, Bellingham Review, Blue Mesa Review, Calapooya Collage, Chariton Review, Chattahoochee Review, Chowder Review, Cincinnati Poetry Review, Clockwatch Review, Colorado State Review, Concho River Review, Confrontation, Cornfield Review, Cutbank, Dacotah Territory, Ellipsis, Elysian Fields Quarterly, Flyway, Hayden's Ferry Review, Hubbub, Interim, Jeopardy, Kansas Quarterly, Karamu, Laurel Review, Licking River Review, Los Angeles Review, Mankato Poetry Review, Midwest Quarterly, Minneapolis Review of Baseball, Minnetonka Review, Mississippi Valley Review, Nebraska Review, Neon, New Letters, New Mexico Humanities Review, Ontario Review, Owen Wister Review, Plains Song Review , Poet Lore, Poetry Now, Prairie Schooner, Rain City Review, Rapport, Rattle, Red Cedar Review, Roanoke Review, Slackwater Review, South Dakota Review, Southwest Review, Suisun Valley Review, The Cape Rock, The Coe Review, The Madison Review, The Texas Review, Weber—The Contemporary West, West Branch, Wisconsin Review, Zone 3
2013 Spur Award for Poetry (for "Johnny Ringo") from Western Writers of America. 2011 Spur Award for Poetry (for "Roadside Attractions") from Western Writers of America. Named "Best Living Western Poet" in 2007 by True West magazine. 2001 Spur Award for Poetry (for "Western Settings") from Western Writers of America.

Personal Favorites

Favorite Authors:
Samuel Beckett, John Berryman, Kay Boyle, Charles Bukowski, Albert Camus, Anne Carson, Bruce Chatwin, James Dickey, William Dickey, Jack Gilbert, Linda Gregg, Jim Harrison, Seamus Heaney, Ernest Hemingway, Mikhail Lermontov, Adrian C. Louis, Robert Lowell, Norman Mailer, Cormac McCarthy, Thomas McGuane, Kirk Robertson, Sam Shepard, Maura Stanton, Georg Trakl, William Butler Yeats, and Paul Zarzyski.

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Listing last updated: November 1, 2014

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