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Monday, June 25 2012
The North Carolina Poetry Society has announced that Davidson’s Anthony S. Abbott is the co-recipient of the annual Brockman-Campbell Award for best book of poetry by a North Carolinian for his book, If Words Could Save Us (Lorimer Press, 2011.) He shares the award with Chapel Hill poet Joanna Catherine Scott, whose latest work, An Innocent in the House of the Dead, (Main Street Rag, 2011) was also chosen for the distinction by judge Norbert Krapf, Professor Emeritus of English at Long Island University and a past Poet Laureate of Indiana.
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