Rodger Martin is the managing editor of The Worcester Review and teaches journalism at Keene State College. The Blue Moon Series is his third volume of poetry. He is an artist for the New Hampshire State Arts in Education roster and a touring artist for the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA). He has been awarded an Appalachia Award for poetry and a New Hampshire State Council on the Arts award for fiction. He was born in the Amish country of Pennsylvania, lived in England as a child, served as a combat engineer in Vietnam, and spent many years teaching both in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He currently resides in New Hampshire and for many years was the director of the New Hampshire Poetry Out Loud Project.
Hobblebush Books by
Fourteen poems about the full moon in an unusual chapbook designed for your pocket. “. . . poems that stir and move the tides within us.” —John Hodgen
A time-traveler's guide to the battlefields that shaped the American conscience. The Battlefield Guide explores obscure but fascinating links to the world of today and tests the assumptions of that American conscience.
Videos and Media
An Interview with Rodger Martin
Author Rodger Martin discusses his books The Blue Moon Series and The Battlefield Guide.
Rodger Martin reads "October"
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