Siken is a recipient of a Pushcart Prize, two Arizona Commission on the Arts grants, and a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. He is also a full time social worker, and he lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Articles By RICHARD SIKEN
- Albert Goldbarth Wins Mark Twain Award for Humorous Poetry
America's funniest bard doesn't just win awards, he also collects robots and rocket ships.
- “I Have an Entire Cat Skeleton”
Third in a series of interviews with poets who collect things.
- In a Barbie World
On shame, empowerment, and why the clothes are as important as the dolls themselves.
- Shadows, Boxes, Forks, and “POAMs”
Fourth in a series of interviews with poets who collect things.
- Welcome to the Dollhouse
Jeanne Marie Beaumont on the sublime appeal of egg cups, sand, and the “last tableaux.”