Richard H. Fox was born and bred in Worcester MA. He attended Webster University, as much artist colony as college, in the early 1970's. These diverse cultures shaped his world view and love of words. Richard’s poems have appeared in numerous journals including Above Place, Boston Literary Magazine
, Poetry Quarterly, Midstream Magazine
, and Worcester Review
. He is the author of two poetry collections: Time Bomb
(2013) and wandering in puzzle boxes
(2015). When not writing about rock ’n roll or youthful transgressions, Richard’s poems focus on cancer from the patient's point of view drawing on hope, humor, and unforeseen gifts.
He seconds Stanley Kunitz' motion that people in Worcester are "provoked to poetry." smallpoetatlarge.com