2 edition of 10 Michigan poets. found in the catalog.
10 Michigan poets.
|Statement||Edited by L. Eric Greinke.|
|LC Classifications||PS571.M5 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 154 p.|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||72172048|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greinke, L. Eric. 10 Michigan poets. Grand Rapids, Mich., Pilot Press Book, ] 10 Michigan poets. book Document Type. A new year calls for a new reading list, and the Library of Michigan is here to help. Every year, the Library releases the Michigan Notable Book list, made up of books published the previous year which are about or take place in Michigan, or are by Michigan authors.
You can learn more about some of the books below, or see the full list here. Greinke, Lawrence Eric, ed. 10 Michigan Poets. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Pilot Press Books,first printing. Wraps, mm by mm, pp. Light yellowing and foxing to the wraps and a sticker ghost on the front cover (see image).
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