Fallon, Tom (1936 - )

Genre: Poetry

Tom Fallon has lived in Maine since childhood. He is a two-time college dropout and retired Rumford paper mill worker. He is a former Maine Times poetry editor, two-time Maine Arts Commission award winner and a former director of the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. His work has been published in two anthologies, Red Dust New Writing and Maine Speaks.

Fallon writes free verse and likes to experiment with poetry form and is writing short stories of life in a 20th-century real Maine paper mill.

Selected Bibliography

  • Through A Stranger's Eyes
  • Uncensored Paper Mill
  • The Man on the Moon.
  • Atlanta's Children
  • In the First Place, The Maine Poems.
  • NOW: Works on Paper 1976-2006: Poetry and Antipoetry 2007.

Selected Resources