About g emil reutter

img_5483A writer of poems and stories, g emil reutter was born in Bristol, Pa., raised in Levittown,Pa.and has lived most of his life in of Philadelphia, Pa.  His work has been widely published in the small and electronic press and nine volumes of his collections have been published. He has read his poetry at venues in New England, Mid-Atlantic and the Southwest. He published The Fox Chase Review (2008 – 2015) and coordinated The Fox Chase Reading Series ( 2007-2015) . He is currently a contributing editor at North of Oxford . He was an occasional contributor to

His poetry and short stories have been published in over 100 literary publications to include Easy Street Magazine, The Southern Ocean Review, Wilderness House Literary Review, Word Riot, Carrier Pigeon Magazine, Dead Snakes Magazine,  Black Listed Magazine, Dead Mule, Empty Mirror Arts and Literary Magazine, Gutter Eloquence,   Haggard & Halloo, In Between Hangovers, In Shades Magazine, Near to the Knuckle, Magazine,   Yellow Mama Magazine, Ink Sweat and Tears, Bone Orchard Magazine, The Camel Saloon, The Plum Tree Tavern, The Muddy River Poetry Review, Panoply, Rattle, River Poets Journal, Red Fez, Full of Crow Quarterly, Oddball Magazine, Tuck Magazine, Velvet Illusion, among others.


Recent Publications

Short Stories/ Flash Ficiton

Spillage at Panoply

The Sunday Adventure of Howard Jones



2 poems at Tuck Magazine

2 poems at Easy Street Magazine

Machines Ply Their Trade

I Am Born of Nobility


 by g emil reutter


Asphalt Road

Plain Speak/Sweat Speak – With Phil Primeau

Blue Collar Poet



Life Views

The Jonesville Collection

Stirring Within Poems and Tales from Mount Carmel

Broken Shells and Hope


Thugs, Con Men, Pigs and More


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