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Bard's judges and faculty exemplify many of the most influential writers of our time. Prizewinners will be notified at the end of January and winning poems will appear on the Fire River Poets website as soon as possible after notification. She emigrated to Canada with her family as a child. Water-rich on the strait between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, Detroit and its neighbors struggle against corroded infrastructure and government corruption.

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