Ronald Koertge

Ronald Koertge (1940 - Present)

Ronald Koertge, born in Olney, Illinois, is the author of poetry collections like Dairy Cows, Life on the Edge of the Continent: Selected Poems, and Making Love to Roget’s Wife (University of Arkansas Press).

He has also written a novel, The Boogeyman, a lot of young adult novels, including Arizona Kid, Mariposa Blues, Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright, and Confess-O-Rama.

Koertge recently retired from Pasadena City College after 37 years of teaching.

Poems By Ronald Koertge

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An Infinite Number Of Monkeys (2 Comments »)
Sidekicks (1 Comment »)
The Streetsweeper (No Comments »)

Geography of the Forehead

Fault (No Comments »)

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