Aaron Rudolph

Aaron Rudolph is the author of Sacred Things (Bridge Burner’s Press, 2002) a poetry collection, and The Bermuda Triangle (Capstone Press, 2005) a non-fiction children’s book. His poems are featured in the anthologies Two Southwests (Virtual Artists Collective, 2008) and Ain’t Nobody That Can Sing Like Me: New Oklahoma Writing (Mongrel Empire Press, 2010). He was a winner for poetry in the 2008 AWP Intro Awards and his poems have been published in literary magazines like Mid-American Review, World Literature Today, Flyway, South Dakota Review, and Iron Horse Literary Review. Aaron is the founding editor of Cuento Magazine, a micro writing magazine on Twitter that has been publishing since 2010.

Aaron is originally from northern New Mexico and often writes about his Latino heritage and the multi-cultural qualities of his home state. Aaron has lived in a few other states including Oklahoma for six years. He received a B.A. from New Mexico Highlands University, where he took his first poetry class. He then studied creative writing at Minnesota State University, Mankato (MFA) and Texas Tech University (Ph.D.) He teaches on the adjunct faculty at Luna Community College and New Mexico Highlands University.

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