Allison Adelle Hedge Coke’s books include The Year of the Rat, Dog Road Woman, Off-Season City Pipe, Blood Run, Burn and Streaming as well as a memoir, Rock Ghost, Willow, Deer. She is the editor of the anthologies Sing: Poetry of the Indigenous Americas, Effigies and Effigies II and is a Distinguished Professor at the University of California, Riverside. Hedge Coke came of age working fields, factories, and waters and is currently at work on a film, Red Dust: resiliency in the dirty thirties, a new CD, and new poems. She had already been working in factories, fields, and food service on a North Carolina child work permit since early youth. She finished her GED at sixteen years old and went on to study photography, traditional arts, and writing in community education classes at North Carolina State University. Hedge Coke moved to Tennessee and then California, where she participated in retraining for former field workers, studied performing arts, and completed a play, Icicles. She received an AFA in creative writing from the Institute of American Indian Arts and then took the GRE, skipping her bachelor’s degree to earn an MFA in poetry from Vermont College.
汉芝·库克教授的作品包括：诗集Burn, Streaming, Blood Run, Off-Season City Pipe, Dog Road Woman, The Year of the Rat, 剧本Icicles和回忆录Rock, Ghost, Willow, Deer. 她还主编了10本诗集，包括Sing: Poetry From the Indigenous Americas, Effigies, Effigies II和Effigies III (2019年即将出版)。她幼年时是合法童工，在成长的过程中一直从事烟草种植等田间劳动，还曾在工厂打工。她现在是加州大学河岸分校创意写作教授。Hedge-Coke教授是美国一个最著名的印第安原住民诗人，她会为诗歌对话带来一个重要的视角。