Dustin Lee Rutledge
Dustin Lee Rutledge hails from Bethlehem, PA, a city named after the birthplace of Jesus and known for the former Bethlehem Steel Corporation, once the second-leading steel producer in the United States.
Now Dustin calls Massachusetts home. He currently lives in Somerville where artists act, jam, draw, dance, write, paint, photograph, sing, and more in abundance: according to the City of Somerville’s website, “Only New York has more artists per capita than Somerville.”
Dustin has taught at the University of Notre Dame where he earned a M.F.A. in Creative Writing, and since 2006 has taught at Boston College. He is an adjunct faculty member in the English department.
UNCP 551501 - Exploring Self, Exploring Art
ENGL 101018 - First-Year Writing Seminar
ADEN 106001 - Literary Works
ADEN 350001 - Writers and the Catholic Imagination