Reading His Poetry


Summoning the sweep and intimacy of Whitman, a quick Twain-like humor, and other graceful touches from a host of literary forebears, Matthew Dickman speaks with an encompassing American voice all his own. He read for us at the Seattle Narrative Night, November 2008, and he enchanted the audience with the brio, love, and smarts in his poems. The readings offered here will carry you away.


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