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Roger J. Crotty

Roger Crotty was born and spent his first 30 years in a South Side Chicago neighborhood. After unsuccessfully living in a couple of suburbs in Chicago and Cincinnati, he returned to a Cincinnati city neighborhood with his wife Martha Crotty. His poems, short stories and essays have appeared in The Rockford Review, Northwood Journal, Struggle, Nostalgia, American Dissident, Good Old Days, in two anthologies, Aunties: 35 writers Celebrate their Other Mother and Someone Has to Die.


Books by Roger J. Crotty:

Billy Goodman, Neighborhood PI

From the Fertile Fields of Iowa

more from Billy Goodman, Neighborhood PI

People, Places, and.... a collection of short stories

Rode to Glory