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Since 1974 the mission of Anhinga Press has been to bring quality poetry to a broad audience by publishing poetry, sponsoring poetry events and educational activities, hosting and participating in writers festivals, working with area colleges, making our books available as textbooks for students, and networking with other arts organizations as a good citizen of the arts community and the community at large.
In keeping with our mission, we are offering a diverse selection of our titles for free to educators, students, and community organizers, to help provide poetry to those who may not have easy access due to lack of funds.
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Cruising Weather Wind Blue by Earl S. Braggs (information pending)
What I Know of the Mountains by Hajjar Baban
Myth America by Carolina Hospital, Holly Iglesias, Nicole Hospital-Medina, Maureen Seaton
(Available July 2020)
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