Michael Hogan (writer)

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Michael Hogan (born 1943 in Newport, Rhode Island) is an American author of short stories, poetry, essays and novels. He received his B.A. and MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona and holds a Ph.D. in Latin American Studies from the University of Guadalajara and the Institute of Advanced Studies.

He was the recipient of a PEN Award, two Pushcart Prizes, an NEA fellowship, the Benjamin Franklin Award and the gold medal of the Mexican Geographical Society.

Some of his works[edit]

  • Abraham Lincoln and Mexico
  • The Irish Soldiers of Mexico
  • Savage Capitalism and The Myth of Democracy
  • Mexican Mornings
  • A Death in Newport
  • Winter Solstice: Selected Poems 1975-2012
  • Teaching From The Heart: Essays and Speeches on Teaching at American Schools in Latin America

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