Martin Dickinson is the author of three collections of poems, My
Concept of Time (Finishing Line Press, 2014), Life List Notes (Sligo Creek
Press, 2021) and, together with Maryland poet, Nancy Allinson, What a
Windstorm Teaches (Sligo Creek Press, 2019).
Dickinson’s poetry explores the illusion of solidity in our changing world
as well as the otherwise unmapped country of gusts and storms within
us and without us. He was poet of the month for May, 2015 for the on-
line journal Blue Heron Review. His poems appear in California
Quarterly, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, the Russian language weekly,
Kontinent (in Russian translation) and in numerous print and on-line
journals. Dickinson lives in Friendship Heights, Washington, D.C.