G.E. Patterson

G.E. Patterson (? - Present)

G.E. Patterson is the author of Tug (Graywolf Press, 1999), which won the Minnesota Book Award. His work has appeared in several magazines and anthologies, including Bum Rush the Page, Poetry 180, American Letters and Commentary, Fence, Five Fingers Review, nocturnes: (re)view of the arts, Seneca Review, Open City, XcP: Cross Cultural Poetics, and the webzine of the St. Mark’s Poetry Project, Poems and Poets.

He lives in Minnesota.

Poems By G.E. Patterson


Autobiographia (2 Comments »)
Analysis, meaning and summary of G.E. Patterson's poem Autobiographia


  1. rosa thomas says:

    This man doesn’t need to stop writing, plus he has the most delightful smile 🙂 !!!

  2. ahohney says:

    this poem hits straight to the heart yo. i love this hombre.

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