Poetry. Mr. Hicok's gift lies somewhere between those of the surgeon and the god of the foundry and convalescent home: seamlessly, miraculously, his judicious eye imbues even the dreadful with beauty and meaning (The New York Times). Imagine spring's thaw, your brother said, / each house a small rain, the eaves muttering / like river and you the white skin / the world sheds, your flesh unfolded // and absorbed. You walked Newark together... (Heroin). Bob Hicok is an automotive die designer living in Ann Arbor Michigan. His The Legend Of Lights won the 1995 Felix Pollak Poetry Prize and ALA Booklist Notable Book of the Year.
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