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Chris Hosea

Chris Hosea was born in Princeton, New Jersey and educated at Harvard College and the University of Massachusetts Amherst MFA Program. John Ashbery gave Hosea the Walt Whitman Award for his first poetry collection, PUT YOUR HANDS IN (LSU Press 2014). Hosea’s work as art curator includes Ode to Street Hassle (BronxArtSpace 2012). He lives in Brooklyn.

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Chris Hosea was born in Princeton, New Jersey and educated at Harvard College and the University of Massachusetts Amherst MFA Program. John Ashbery gave Hosea the Walt Whitman Award for his first poetry collection, PUT YOUR HANDS IN (LSU Press 2014). Hosea’s work as art curator includes Ode to Street Hassle (BronxArtSpace 2012). He lives in Brooklyn.

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