Suzanne Rhodenbaugh

Selected Works

Southern roots, sundry hurts, hells and losses, to home again.
Poems that move from The South to a wider world and witness.
Includes "Rudy and John" (first publ. in Ascent, on work with the United Mine Workers);"One Heart's Canon" (first publ. in The American Scholar, on poetry I love); "Illegitimacy and Stigma: Living with the Burn" (first publ. in Michigan Quarterly Review, on unwed motherhood and adoption).
Edited Non-fiction
The Civil War diary of a Georgia girl in Louisiana.


On Sunday, May 20, 2018, 5:30 p.m., Suzanne Rhodenbaugh will read from her new book of essays, The Deepest South I've Gotten, at Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Ave.,
Takoma Park, Maryland. She'll read from "The Neighborhood That Came True," about
a Takoma Park neighborhood where she lived 1977-1984, and discuss what seems to
contribute to a strong sense of community.