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Poetry. "Many, many lives converge in THEY SAY THIS IS HOW DEATH CAME INTO THE WORLD like the illusion of parallel lines converging on the horizon. What seems quiet layers ice on a roiling maelstrom. We skid from poem to poem and when we break through we have a new home and a new idea for uttering familiar words"—Gian Lombardo.
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About the Author
Paul Dickey is the author of the full-length collection THEY SAY THIS IS HOW DEATH CAME INTO THE WORLD (Mayapple Press, 2011) and the chapbook, What Wisconsin Took (Parallel Press, 2006). His poetry has been anthologized in AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PROSE POEM(Firewheel Editions, 2009) and Nebraska Presence: An Anthology of Poetry (Backwaters Press, 2007). Dickey has a Master of Arts degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, in the History and Philosophy of Science, and he studied writing poetry and fiction at Wichita State University in the 1970s, primarily with Bienvenido Santos. Dickey is married and has three adult children, one grandson, and one granddaughter. Retired from his data processing career, he now teaches philosophy in Omaha, Nebraska, at Metropolitan Community College.