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Biography of Andrew Hudgins

Andrew Hudgins

Andrew Hudgins (1951 - Present)

Andrew Hudgins was born in Killeen, Texas, on April 22, 1951. He is the author of Saints and Strangers (1985), which was short-listed for the Pulitzer Prize; The Never-Ending (1991), a finalist for the National Book Award; and his most recent, Ecstatic in the Poison (Overlook Press, 2003). His book-length poem After the Lost War: A Narrative (1988), in which he addresses the soldier’s life during the Civil War, won the Poets’ Prize.

His poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Paris Review, and many others. He teaches at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.

3 Poems written by Andrew Hudgins

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Despite the noon sun shimmering on Court Street,
My father cinched the rope,
Our Father who art in heaven, I am drunk. Comments and analysis of Praying Drunk by Andrew Hudgins 270 Comments

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