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Douglas Goetsch
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Douglas Goetsch

After growing up in Northport, Long Island, Douglas Goetsch was educated at Wesleyan University and New York University.

Douglas Goetsch is author of the poetry collections The Job of Being Everybody (2004), selected as the winner of the 2003 Cleveland State University Poetry Center Open Competition, Nobody's Hell (Hanging Loose Press, 1999) and three award-winning chapbooks. He has been anthologized in Poetry 180: A Poem a Day for American High Schools (Random House, 2003). His honors include two New York Foundation for the Arts Poetry Fellowships, the Paumanok award, the John Harms National Reading Prize, a Prairie Schooner Reader's Choice Award, and two Pushcart Prize Nominations.

He now resides in New York City. For 18 years he's taught in New York City public schools. He currently teaches creative writing to incarcerated teens at Passages Academy in the Bronx, and in workshops around the country.

Poems by
Douglas Goetsch

Counting
Such a Good Dancer

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