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Buttonhook Press 2022 Pamphlet Series
Poetry: All forms & styles
Americana

Lynne Potts

Family Photo of America

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About the writer:
More than 150 poems by Lynne Potts have appeared in Paris ReviewDenver QuarterlyCalifornia QuarterlyMeridianSouthern Humanities ReviewFUSIONThe Literary ReviewNew American WritingBroken City ReviewCrazy HorseHayden’s Ferry ReviewSouthern Poetry ReviewAmerican Letters and CommentaryTampa ReviewGettysburg ReviewTexas ReviewGuernicaCincinnati ReviewSPECNew Millennium Writing and numerous other journals. Her first book, PORTHOLE VIEW, and a second, MAME, SOL, AND DOG BARK were published by National Poetry Review Press. A third book, THE RELENTLESS PRONOUN, was published by the Glass Lyre Press. Selected by the Massachusetts Cultural Council as a 2012 Fellow, she has also been awarded fellowships by Virginia Colony for the Creative Arts, Ragdale, and Moulin a Nef in France. She was a featured poet on WKCR and Poetry Daily—and has read her work at the KGB Bar and Poets House in New York, and at New England Poetry Club, Grolier Book Store (the original!) in Boston, and in countless other venues in both cities.

Cover Image: WPA Mural, Cohen Building, Washington D.C. No artist specified. No medium specified. No size specified. By 1939. Photograph by Carol M. Highsmith (1946- ). Public domain.

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