Nebraska Authors

Paul Dickey

Born 1948 Hardtner, KS (USA)

Places Lived

Hardtner, KS
Wichita, KS
Bloomington, IN
Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Poetry; Short Fiction; Non-fiction

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
Master of Arts, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Occupation

Poet
Teacher
Data Processing Management

Places Worked

Mutual of Omaha, Omaha, NE
TD Ameritrade, Omaha, NE
Metropolitan Community College, Omaha, NE

Honors

John H. Ames Reading Series, Featured Reader, 18 March 2012
Master Poet Award, Nebraska Arts Council, 2015

Bibliography

What Wisconsin Took. 2006.
They Say This Is How Death Came Into the World. 2011.
The Good News According to St. Dude. 2011. (Theatrical Play)
An Evening in Paris. 2010. (one act play)
Liberal Limericks of 2012. 2012.
Wires Over the Homeplace. 2013.

Poetry represented in literary journals and small magazines.
Chapbooks, short prose, theatrical plays.

In March 2012 Paul Dickey was the featured speaker in the Ames Reading Series program which can be viewed here:

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