Tuesday, May 21, 2013


Red Shuttleworth's new chapbook,
For the Consolation, contains a half dozen poems
written after the death of Wolfie Shuttleworth,
ill with osteosarcoma,
on the afternoon of January 4, 2013
in Pullman, Washington,
at Washington State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital:
Blame Gaze
Ticket to Insomnia
The Cost of Crowded
Bourbon and Aerial Photography
Wandering into Confirmation
Impulse Enough

Several of the poems in the chapbook have been reworked.

Red Shuttleworth and Wolfie Shuttleworth
Autumn 2007

For the Consolation, a Bunchgrass Press Chapbook,
is printed in a limited edition of 29 copies.

To request a copy of For the Consolation,
correspond with Red Shuttleworth.

Friday, May 17, 2013

CONCHO RIVER REVIEW Features Poems by Red Shuttleworth and Ciara Shuttleworth

The new issue of Concho River Review (the distinguished literary journal published by the Department of English and Modern Languages at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas) features poems by Red Shuttleworth and Ciara Shuttleworth.

Red Shuttleworth
Three-time Western Writers of America
Spur Award-winning Poet

Ciara Shuttleworth
has poems in (or set to appear in) The New Yorker,
Los Angeles Review, Southern Review,
and The Norton Introduction to Literature (11e)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013


Cross-Eyed Coyote


Red Shuttleworth

Red Shuttleworth's latest chapbook, Cross-Eyed Coyote, contains four poems in addition to the title poem, including a poem once posted on MySpace (and assumed lost in that techno-melt-down, but saved and curated by friend Michele Krenza), When We Dream Antarctica.

Cross-Eyed Coyote is printed on 32-pound ivory antique laid paper... with a 24-pound banana fiber paper cover... with a cover illustration from Ciara Shuttleworth.

Cross-Eyed Coyote is published by Bunchgrass Press in a limited edition (30 copies).  It is available --as long as copies last-- to those who request a copy by corresponding with Red Shuttleworth.

Red Shuttleworth
(Crooked River, British Columbia, Canada, May 1975)