Poet

Emily Scudder is the author of Feeding Time, a full-length collection of poems published by Pecan Grove Press (2011), and two poetry chapbooks, Natural Instincts (2008) and A Change of Pace (2007), published by Finishing Line Press.

Her poems have appeared in Harvard Review, Agni Online, Margie, New Letters, Harpur Palate, Jabberwock Review, New Letters, Oak Bend Review, Pinyon Poetry, Salamander, So to Speak, Soundings East, Folio, Xavier Review, Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, Cranky, Swivel: The Nexus of Women & Wit, Sea Stories (Blue Ocean Institute), and other journals. Her poems have been displayed in Boston City Hall, included in the anthology World of Water, World of Sand (Cape Cod Literary Press), and her poem Fiddler Crab is anthologized in Interative English: Grade 8 (CD-ROM, Hodder Education, London, England, 2008

She lives with her three favorite land creatures - her husband and two children - in Massachusetts.


photo by Ian Adler