Although he grew up in rural West Virginia, Trent Busch has lived in Georgia for many years now. He own a small place out in the country where he has a workshop and builds furniture.
His recent book of poetry, not one bit of this is your fault, was published by Cyberwit.net in 2019.
His poems have appeared in The Best American Poetry, Poetry, The Nation, Threepenny Review, North American Review, Chicago Review, Southern Review, Georgia Review, New England Review, Crazyhorse, Prairie Schooner, Northwest Review, Kenyon Review, American Scholar, Shenandoah, and more recently in Notre Dame Review, Evansville Review, Agni Online, Boston Review, Sou’wester, Poetry Daily, Natural Bridge, and The Hudson Review.
Also, his poem “Edges of Roads” was the first Place winner of the 2016 Margaret Reid Poetry Prize, Published by Winning Writers.