michael hogan (July 14,1943 / Newport, Rhode Island)
MICHAEL HOGAN was born in Newport, Rhode Island in 1943. He is the author of twenty books including novels, histories, social and political essays, short story collections and poetry. His work has received two Pushcart Prizes, an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship, a PEN Award, the Benjamin Franklin Award and the gold medal of the Mexican Geographical Society. His poetry is widely anthologized and ... more »
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- 2380 Market Street
- A Name
- And the Livin' Is Easy
- April in Mexico
- Before the Monsoon Rain
- Bob Dylan Returns to Guadalajara
- Dear One
- Dry Thoughts in a Rainy Season
- Ernest Hemingway,1961
- Fallen Angels
- For A Student Tempted By Suicide
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