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J. D. McClatchy

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American poet, opera librettist and literary critic.

American poet, opera librettist and literary critic.

American Writers at Home, photographs by Erica Lennard (Library of America, 240 pages, October 2004)

Samuel Menashe

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American poet.

American poet.

The award was also to include a book to be published by the Library of America, which turned out to be a "Selected Poems" edited by Ricks.

Agee in 1937

James Agee

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American novelist, journalist, poet, screenwriter and film critic.

American novelist, journalist, poet, screenwriter and film critic.

Agee in 1937
James Agee Park in the Fort Sanders neighborhood of Knoxville, Tennessee. Knoxville was Agee's childhood home and the setting for his novel A Death in the Family.

Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, A Death in the Family, Shorter Fiction (Michael Sragow, ed.) (Library of America, 2005) ISBN: 978-1-931082-81-5. Stories include "Death in the Desert," "They That Sow in Sorrow Shall Reap" and "A Mother's Tale."

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A Princess of Mars

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Science fantasy novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series.

Science fantasy novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series.

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The original publication of "Under the Moons of Mars" in The All-Story, February 1912
"Under the Moons of Mars" was one of the few Burroughs stories not cover-featured on its first magazine publication.

For the novel's centennial anniversary, Library of America has published a hardcover edition based on the original book in April 2012 with an introduction by Junot Díaz (ISBN: 978-1-59853-165-7).

Fearing c. 1940

Kenneth Fearing

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American poet and novelist.

American poet and novelist.

Fearing c. 1940
Fearing c. 1940
The Big Clock first appeared in an abridged form in The American Magazine as "The Judas Picture" (October 1946)

A selection of Fearing's poems has been published as part of the Library of America's American Poets Project.

Bill Littlefield

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The host of National Public Radio and WBUR's Only A Game program from its beginning in 1993 to July 2018, covering mainstream and offbeat United States and international sports.

The host of National Public Radio and WBUR's Only A Game program from its beginning in 1993 to July 2018, covering mainstream and offbeat United States and international sports.

“Take Me Out”, Bill’s collection of sport-and-games-related doggerel, was published in 2014, and in January 2015, Library of America published The Best of W.C. Heinz, which Bill edited, and for which he wrote the introduction.

Louis Zukofsky

Louis Zukofsky

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American poet.

American poet.

Louis Zukofsky

In the 1970s, Zukofsky's formalism was a major model for many of the Language poets, and the prominent Language writer, Charles Bernstein, edited a volume of selected poems for the Library of America (2006).