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Patrick Hicks Writings

An inventory of his papers in the Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives at Syracuse University

Finding aid created by: Cara A. Howe
Date: 2011


Patrick Hicks

Patrick Hicks is a writer-in-residence at Augustana College and currently lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Hicks has published multiple poetry chapter books including Traveling Through History (2005), Draglines (2006), The Kiss That Saved My Life (2007), This London (2008), and the paperback collection The Gossamer. He is a four-time Pushcart Prize nominee and has been the recipient of several writing grants. Hicks was also a Visiting Fellow at Oxford. He has just completed his first novel, which is about Auschwitz.

Scope and Content Note

The Patrick Hicks Writings consist of two pieces written by Hicks. One is his short story "57 Gatwick," which was published in Glimmer Train issue 72. The other is an article he wrote for The Writer titled "A Tragedy Transformed: How a Writer Turned the Pan Am 103 Disaster into an Award-Winning Short Story".


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Use Restrictions:

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Selected Search Terms


Hicks, Patrick.

Associated Titles

57 Gatwick.


Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Incident, 1988.
Plane crashes.

Types of Material

Short stories.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Patrick Hicks Writings,
Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Patrick Hicks in 2009.

Processing Information

The Patrick Hicks Writings are processed.


Materials are arranged alphabetically.

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