Allison Hedge Coke

Allison Hedge Coke Brief Biography

Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, poet-writer, lives in Oklahoma and was primarily raised in North Carolina with some time on the Great Plains & Canada. Her debut book, Dog Road Woman, won the American Book Award and was the first finalist of the Paterson Poetry Prize & Diane DeCora Award since then, she has written five more award-winning books and edited eight unique anthologies. Noted (World Literature Today, American Literature...) as an epic poet, her long form and epic poems include: "Burn," "Streaming," "Before Next Dawning," "When the Animals Leave This Place," "Resonance in Motion," "When I was a Girl Woman," "Radio Wave Mama," "The Change," and "The Year of the Rat." Additionally, the orchestration of her authored books, including Off-Season City Pipe, Blood Run, and Streaming and edited volumes, including: Sing: Poetry of the Indigenous Americas, are also arranged to be read to experience a book-length poem. Additionally, The Year of the Rat is a book-length poem.

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