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Paul Dickey

Author's Bio

Paul Dickey holds a Master of Arts degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, in the History and Philosophy of Science. His poetry first appeared In the 1970s in Nimrod (University of Tulsa), Karamu (Eastern Illinois University), Quartet (Texas A&M University), and Kansas Quarterly (Kansas State University). Dickey has written several one-act plays and one full-length play, The Good News According to St. Dude. Besides writing, Dickey teaches philosophy at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, NE.

Publications and Prizes

Wires Over the Homeplace (Pinyon Publishing, 2013), They Say This is How Death Came Into the World (Mayapple Press, 2011)
What Wisconsin Took (Parallel Press, 2006)
An Introduction to the Prose Poem (Firewheel Editions, 2009), Nebraska Presence (The Backwaters Press, 2007)
32 Poems, 42opus, Anti-, Ascent, Barnwood International Poetry Magazine, Bellevue Literary Review, Cider Press Review, Concho River Review, Crab Orchard Review, Cue: A Journal of Prose Poetry, diode, failbetter.com, ForPoetry.com, Free Lunch, Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, I-70 Review, Kansas Quarterly, Karamu, Laurel Review, Linebreak, Memoir (and), Mid-American Review, Midwest Quarterly, Nimrod, Otoliths, Paddlefish, Pebble Lake Review, Pleiades, Poet Lore, Poetry Midwest, Potomac Review (online), Prairie Schooner, Quartet, Rattle, Red Mountain Review, Redactions, Scythe Literary Journal, Sentence, Southern Poetry Review, Swink, The 2River View, The Potomac, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Wild Strawberries, Wisconsin Review

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Listing last updated: February 14, 2013

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