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In 2001 she was awarded the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal which was followed in 2002 with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Wyld Award. By specialising in the promotion of new poets, particulary women poets, Salmon has enriched Irish literary publishing. The judges will award a prize of $800 to a first-place winner and a $400 prize to a second-place winner. I'm more devoted at the moment to opener, sectioned kinds of things.

Pages: 42

Publisher: BlazeVOX [books] (March 9, 2016)

ISBN: 1609642066

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