| 1975 (1975) New York City, New York, United States|Abraham Burickson Wikipedia
Abraham Burickson (born 1975 New York City, New York) is an award-winning American poet and conceptual artist.
Son of Sherwin Burickson, Abraham Burickson attended Cornell University, receiving a BA in architecture. In 2002 he moved to San Francisco where with actor Matthew Purdon he founded the conceptual art and performance group Odyssey Works. In 2008 Burickson received an MFA from The University of Texas Michener Center for Writers. His book, co-authored by Ayden LeRoux and published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2016, Odyssey Works: Transformative Experiences for an Audience of One outlines an approach to art-making as experience design. He was the Risley Artist-in-Residence at Cornell University in 2010, and has taught at Maryland Institute College of Art and Academy of Art University.2010: Artist-In-Residence at Cornell University's Risley Residential College
2005-2008: James Michener Fellow in Poetry at The University of Texas Michener Center for Writers
2005: Fellowship, Millay Colony for the Arts
Charlie. Codhill Press, 2010.
Best New Poets 2008. Ed. Mark Strand. University of Virginia Press, 2008.