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RICK MULLIN’S poems have appeared in various journals and anthologies, including American Arts Quarterly, The New Criterion, The Dark Horse, Epiphany, The Raintown Review, and Rabbit Ears: TV Poems. His books include Soutine and The Basilisk (both Dos Madres Press), and Huncke (Exot Books). He is also a painter. Largely self-taught, he attended night classes with Ernest Crichlow and Hananiah Harrari at the Art Students League of New York and was a member of Viridian Gallery, the oldest co-op gallery in New York City. Mullin’s poetry is predominantly formal and his paintings are representational and figurative, in oil and acrylic.