Ruth Goring’s poetry collections are Yellow Doors (WordFarm, 2003) and Soap Is Political (Glass Lyre, 2015). Her poems have also appeared in CALYX, Pilgrimage, Comstock Review, RHINO, New Madrid, Naugatuck River Review, Reunion, Zona de carga / Loading Zone, and elsewhere. Having grown up in Colombia, she has provided accompaniment and advocacy to peace communities in that country, and currently she serves on the board of Colombia Vive Chicago. She works in the books division of the University of Chicago Press and teaches advanced manuscript editing in the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies.
Publications and Prizes
Soap Is Political (Glass Lyre Press, 2015), Yellow Doors (WordFarm, 2004)
After Hours, Alligator Juniper, Avocet: A Journal of Nature Poems, Calyx, Chicago Quarterly Review, Conte, Dos Passos Review, Ginosko Literary Journal, Mars Hill Review, New Madrid, Off the Coast, Out of Line, Pilgrimage, ProCreation, protestpoems.org, Raving Dove, Reunion: The Dallas Review, RHINO, Sin Fronteras, South Ash Press, The Externalist, Verse Wisconsin, White Pelican Review, Zona de Carga/Loading Zone
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Listing last updated: May 15, 2015