Nebraska Authors

Anthony Hawley

Born 1977

Places Lived

New England
New York City
Lincoln, NE

Author Of

  • Poetry
  • Visual Work

Keywords

Visual artist and poetry

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Italian literature, Columbia University, New York, NY
Master of Fine Arts in writing, Columbia University, New York, NY
Master of Fine Arts in Art Practice, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Occupation

Lecturer in Art and Art History at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Places Worked

Fordham University, Bronx, NY
The School of Visual Arts in New York, New York, NY
University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

Honors

Mr. Hawley has received grants and residencies in the visual arts from:

The Nebraska Arts Council (sculpture and installation) (2010)
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (2011)
The MacDowell Colony (2012)
Art Farm (2012-2013)
Hermitage Artist Retreat (2014)

Bibliography

The Concerto Form. 2006.
Autobiography/Oughtabiography. 2007
Forget Reading. 2008.
Drawings for Donald. 2018.

Mr. Hawley's poems have appeared in The Denver Quarterly, the New Republic, Paris Review, and Volt.

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