Jeff Mock is the author of Ruthless (Three Candles Press, 2010) and teaches in the MFA program at Southern Connecticut State University.  He received an MFA from The University of Alabama, where he was a Teaching-Writing Fellow and Editor of Black Warrior Review. He served as Assistant Editor of The Gettysburg Review for seven years before joining the faculty of SCSU.

He is the author also of a chapbook, Evening Travelers (Volans Press, 1994), and a guidebook for beginning writers, You Can Write Poetry (Writer’s Digest Books, 1998).  His poems appear in The Atlantic Monthly, Cincinnati Review, Connecticut Review, Crazyhorse, Denver Quarterly, The Georgia Review, The Indiana Review, The Iowa, Review, New England Review, The North American Review, Poetry Northwest, Quarterly West, Shenandoah, The Sewanee Review, The Southern Review, and elsewhere.  He lives in New Haven, Connecticut, with his wife, Margot Schilpp, and their daughters, Paula and Leah.

Jeff Mock RuthlessRuthless is Jeff Mock’s first collection, chosen by Deborah Keenan as the winner of the Three Candles Press Open Book Award.

The book is available for purchase.

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