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Lynn Emanuel

Lynn Collins Emanuel (born March 14, 1949) is an American poet. Some of her poetry collections include Then, Suddenly— and Noose and Hook (University of Pittsburgh Press).

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List Of Winners Of The James Laughlin Award - Laughlin Award Winners (1996–present)
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