Tuesday, December 04, 2012

News at Eleven: "To be honored with one National Endowment

for the Arts fellowship in a career is a remarkable honor, but to be honored twice in a single decade is one of the highest accomplishments a writer could hope to achieve," said Tod Goldberg, administrative director of the Low Residency program.

"Jill Alexander Essbaum has been one of the nation's most revered poets since her debut collection was released in 2000 and she has continued to inspire and delight readers ever since," Goldberg added.

from University of California Riverside Today: Poet Wins Second NEA Fellowship


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