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An American Papyrus book. From Dr Corum, thesis advisor Steven, you should DEFINITELY continue to give your life t. .literary novels (notice I omitted obscure ).
An American Papyrus book. Here are 56 pages of poetry through various personas. What you have produced is a phenomenal work. Others, in the past, have attempted to do something like you have done, but they di Contact me at poetinasial.
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Steven David Justin Sills is a poet, novelist, and scholar of great books of.
Steven David Justin Sills is a poet, novelist, and scholar of great books of the Western Canon. Twenty-six poems make up this first published book by Steven Sills, 26, of Fayetteville. Sills' vision is often a dark one. He writes of the homeless, the abused, the forgotten people.