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Announcing the Inaugural Winner of the Etel Adnan Poetry Prize

And in news from the University of Arkansas, the winner of the inaugural Etel Adnan Poetry Prize is Lebanese-American writer and illustrator Jess Rizkallah. Her poetry collection, the magic my body becomes, will be published in Fall 2017 by the University of Arkansas Press. The prize is named after, as you can see, the poet […]
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