Richard LeDue was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, but currently lives in Norway House, Manitoba, with his wife and son. He has taught English there since 2009 and especially loves including poetry in his lessons. In 2017, he rediscovered his love for writing poems, which led him to make a New Year’s Resolution in 2018 to send out at least one poetry submission a month. This decision helped him to become a published poet. His poems have appeared in various publications since 2019. His first chapbook, The Loneliest Age, was released in 2020 from Kelsay Books. His second chapbook, Winnipeg Vacation, was released in 2021 from Alien Buddha Press. The Kind of Noise Worth Writing Down is his third chapbook.
Paperback: 38 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (October 25, 2021)