Reviews | January 01, 1983
Recent Poetry Selections
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Each of these books is a recent winner or selection of a national competition; each is the first major publication for its author. All of the poets are young, and all live or have spent substantial portions of their lives in the Southwest of the South.
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6.2 (Winter 1983)
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