American poet Albert Bryce Hanner's Collected Poems (1995-2013) gathers eighteen years of award winning postmodern verse, in the style of Charles Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, and Gregory Corso. Hanner's poetry has been described as eloquent, raw, captivating, honest, illuminating, and a true talent. Presented in chronological order of composition, he creates an autobiographical portrait through his collections; Angel Monster (2003), Renaissance (2008), Subtle Adventures (2012), Don't Forget what life Is (2013), and many poems spanning the years that are being shared for the very first time.
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About the Author
Hanner grew up in Flushing, Michigan, along with his two brothers, Robert Harland Hanner and Ryan William Hanner.
Albert received eight years of private fine-art instruction from Bettie Rae Stevens, through the Rae Studio & Gallery in Flushing, Michigan (1986-1994), and graduated from Central Michigan University (2001) with a double major in painting & drawing, and graphic design.
On Saturday, May 12, 2001, in Flint, Michigan, Hanner married Jessica Marie Soliz, of St. John, Michigan, daughter of Anna Soliz, and Joe & Dawn Salazar. Following the wedding, Albert and Jessica moved to New York where they lived for four and a half years; first in Pelham, then Yonkers, and finally the East Village. In February of 2005 they moved across the country to Denver, Colorado, where they currently reside with their two children, Maya Matilda Mae Hanner (born in 2007), and Albert Monroe Hanner (born in 2012).