|Born||Port Antonio, Jamaica|
|Alma mater||University of the West Indies, |
New York University,
University of Utah
Hutchinson was born in Port Antonio, Jamaica. He received a BA from the University of the West Indies, an MFA from New York University, and completed graduate studies at the University of Utah.
His poetry and essays have appeared in Ploughshares, Poetry Review (UK), Narrative, New Letters, Granta, Gulf Coast, The Huffington Post, The Wolf (UK), Prairie Schooner, Attica, Caribbean Review of Books, and the LA Review.
Awards and honors
His first collection, Far District, published by Peepal Tree Press (UK), won the 2011 PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry. Hutchinson is also the recipient of the 2013 Whiting Award and the 2011 Academy of American Poets' Larry Levis Prize. His 2016 collection, House of Lords and Commons won the National Book Critics Circle Award for poetry. He won a 2019 Windham–Campbell Literature Prize in Poetry.
- Far district : poems. 2010.
- House of Lords and Commons. 2016.
- List of poems
|The old professor's book||2018||"The old professor's book". The New Yorker. 94 (28): 37. September 17, 2018.|
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