Richard Stuecker is a poet and writer who graduated from Duke University in 1970. A Pushcart Prize nominee, he is a graduate of the Bluegrass Writer’s Studio MFA program at Eastern Kentucky University. His poems have appeared in or been accepted by Tilde, Former People, Pegasus, Main Street Rag, Poetica and District Lit; creative nonfiction in Fleas on the Dog, Hippocampus, Connotation Press, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Crambo, Louisville Magazine, and Delmarva Review; book reviews in the Louisville Courier-Journal. A collection of essays on conscious aging, Vibrant Emeritus, was published in 2014 by John Hunt Publishing (London). Ric lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with his wife of 47 years, where he dotes on his four grandchildren: Marley, Sylvia, Lucy, and Dane.
Paperback: 40 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (August 22, 2020)