A Poet-Tree Grows in Cape May: Sylvia Baer, an English literature professor at Rowan College at Gloucester, has created quite an impression on her community in Cape May, NJ.
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Virginia Quarterly Review is Experimenting with Instagram Virginia Quarterly Review, the literary magazine published out of the University, is producing a new experimental series of
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