SUSAN EDWARDS RICHMOND

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SUSAN EDWARDS RICHMOND has degrees from Williams College and the University of California at Davis. Her poems have appeared in such journals as Appalachia, Birdwatcher’s Digest, Blueline, Kimera, Women Outdoors, Sanctuary, and The Iowa, Green Mountains, Earthwise, and Seattle Reviews. Her work is included in several recent anthologies including, The Dire Elegies: 59 Poets on Endangered Species of North America (FootHills Publishing, 2006), Runes: A Review of Poetry: Hearth (Arctos Press: 2007), and Where the Road Begins (COOL, Inc., 2007). She is a founding member of The Concord (Mass.) Poetry Center and has been Artist in Residence at Fruitlands Museum (Harvard, Mass.). She teaches creative writing at the Shirley (Mass.) Medium Correctional Facility and at Clark University. She is the author of the poetry collections Boto (Adastra, 2002), Birding in Winter (Finishing Line, 2006), Purgatory Chasm (Adastra, 2007), and Increase (FootHills, 2010).

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