Sunday, December 18, 2016

WHAT WE DON'T, A Red Shuttleworth Poetry Chapbook




What We Don't

a poem by

Red Shuttleworth


What We Don't, a one poem Red Shuttleworth chapbook, is published by Bunchgrass Press in a limited (49 copies) edition.

What We Don't is Red Shuttleworth's 150th chapbook.

His first chapbook, Moaning Woman Wind, was published in 1971 by Kathy Decter's Lazy Ears Press in San Francisco:


Red Shuttleworth's writing (poetry, fiction, drama, essays) has been published in numerous journals, including Alaska Quarterly Review, Blue Mesa Review, Concho River Review, Confrontation, Jeopardy, Minnetonka Review, Nebraska Review, New Letters, Ontario Review, Poetry Now, Prairie Schooner, San Pedro River Review, South Dakota Review, and Weber: The Contemporary West.

Red Shuttleworth
(Galveston Island, Texas, 1976)

Red Shuttleworth's Woe to the Land Shadowing (Blue Horse Press) received the 2016 Western Heritage (Wrangler) Award for Outstanding Poetry Book from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

Jason Richards, Ben Masters, Rusty Richards,
and Red Shuttleworth at the 2016 Wrangler
Awards Weekend in Oklahoma City.

Red Shuttleworth's next full book of poetry, Straight Ahead, will be issued in January 2017 by Blue Horse Press:



Red Shuttleworth is a three-time winner of the (Western Writers of America) Spur Award for Poetry.  In 2007, True West magazine named Shuttleworth "Best Living Western Poet."


Red Shuttleworth





1 comment:

  1. I know hard you have worked to achieve this fine series of chapbooks. I have been very lucky to have received and admired so many of them. Thank you for your generous spirit Red. Congratulations on the 150th.

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