Ariella Ruth
 
 

Ariella Ruth

Ariella Ruth’s work has appeared in Epiphany, Bombay Gin, Yew Journal, The Ocean State Review, and elsewhere. Her chapbook, REMNANTS, is forthcoming from Gesture Press in September 2019, and a full-length version of that manuscript was a finalist for the Two Sylvias Press 2017 Full-Length Poetry Manuscript Prize. She has a poem published on a sandstone monolith as part of the City of Boulder, Colorado’s Downtown District and the Library and Arts Department’s West Pearl Poetry Project. She works at the Center for the Study of World Religions at Harvard Divinity School, where she assists in curating programming on the theme of “poetry, philosophy, and religion.”

 
 
 
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Education

Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School

BA. Writing. Concentration in Poetry.

Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University

MFA. Writing & Poetics. 

Harvard Extension School

Graduate Certificate. Religions of the World.

 
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[i want my child to have memories]

from REMNANTS

 
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