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Congratulations to the Poetry Project’s New Emerge-Surface-Be Fellows!

The Poetry Project’s Emerge-Surface-Be program, now in its fourth year, provides up-and-coming poets with all levels of support in order to keep producing excellent poetry: “In addition to receiving a $2,500 award, Fellows will work one-on-one with their mentors, have access to all Poetry Project events (free workshops and readings) and be included in the […]
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