Paul M. Hedeen is an award-winning professor and writer and a Fulbright scholar. His critical and creative writing has appeared in numerous magazines and journals including The North American Review, Confrontation, Rosebud, Philosophy and Literature, and many others.
His books include the forthcoming The Butterfly (fiction), BHC Press; Under a Night Sky (poetry), Final Thursday Press, 2016; The Knowledge Tree (fiction), Sanbun, 2007, Wide Water, 2013; When I Think About Rain (poetry), Final Thursday Press, 2009; and Unrelenting Readers: The New Poet Critics (criticism, an anthology co-edited with D.G. Myers) Story Line Press, 2004.
He lives in Monroe, Michigan.
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The Pushcart Prize, 2020
Finalist: Best Literary Fiction