April 3: Rich Boucher Features at Stone Soup Poetry

Stone Soup Poetry meets every Wednesday online from 7:00-9:00 PM via Zoom. Stay tuned for updates on any future live gatherings. On April 3, Rich Boucher kicks off National Poetry Month.

Rich Boucher resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Rich has been a member of five poetry slam teams representing cities all across the U.S (Worcester, Mass. (1995 and 1996), Washington, D.C (2001)., Wilmington, Delaware (2007) and twice representing Albuquerque, New Mexico (2008 and 2014). In 2012 Rich was named to the first inaugural Albuquerque Poet Laureate Selection Committee for a two-year term, and his participation helped to select Hakim Bellamy, the City of Albuquerque’s first official Poet Laureate. In the same year, partially owing to his connections with the Delaware and Philadelphia art, music and poetry scenes, Rich appeared on the album, Dylan – Philadelphia pays tribute to a Legend, an album featuring various Philadelphia artists performing covers of Dylan songs to benefit Amnesty Inrnational and the End Hunger Network; Rich’s contribution to the album was a spoken-word rendition of Bob Dylan’s “My Back Pages.” 

Rich’s poems have appeared in The Nervous Breakdown, Neon, Malpais Review, Gargoyle, Menacing Hedge, Neon, Shot Glass Review, Bending Genres and Stink Eye, among others, and most recently has had work published in Unknotting the Line: The Poetry in Prose from Dos Gatos Press. He has erotic work forthcoming in Issue #3 of Pink Disco Magazine. Rich served for a year as the Associate Editor at the Albuquerque-based Elbow Room Magazine and is currently (since August of 2020) the Associate Editor of the online literary magazine BOMBFIRE, and he is the author of All Of This Candy Belongs To Me, published by Jules’ Poetry Playhouse Publications. Visit richboucher.bandcamp.com for exclusive, unpublished works.

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