Matthew Dickman is the author of All-American Poem (American Poetry Review/ Copper Canyon Press, 2008), 50 American Plays (co-written with his twin brother Michael Dickman, Copper Canyon Press, 2012), and Mayakovsky’s Revolver (W.W. Norton & Co, 2012). Wish You Were Here (Spork Press, 2013), 24 HOURS (One Star Press, Paris, France, 2014), Brother (Faber & Faber UK, 2016), and the poetry collection Wonderland (W.W. Norton & Co, 2018). 

He is the recipient of The Honickman First Book Prize, The May Sarton Award from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Kate Tufts Award from Claremont College, the 2009 Oregon Book Award from Literary Arts of Oregon, and a 2015 Guggenheim. His poems have appeared in McSweeny’s, Ploughshares, The Believer, The London Review of Books, Narrative Magazine, Esquire magazine, Best American Poetry, and The New Yorker among others. Matthew Dickman is the Poetry Editor for Tin House Books. He lives in London, England.


MFA - Poetry | University of Texas, Austin
MA - English Literature | University of Oregon

Selected work

Mark Cox

Faculty, MFA in Writing

Richard McCann

Faculty, MFA in Writing; Novel Retreat

Connie May Fowler

Faculty, MFA in Writing; Director, Novel Retreat

Tomás Q. Morín

Faculty, MFA in Writing; Postgraduate Writers' Conference

Philip Metres

Faculty, MFA in Writing

Sue William Silverman

Faculty, MFA in Writing; Postgraduate Writers' Conference