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Award for Outstanding Poetry Book

IN 1997, THE FIRST ANNUAL AWARD for an outstanding poetry book by a Peace Corps writer was presented. The winners are:

2005

2005 Award Winner
The Way They Say Yes Here
by Jacqueline Lyons
     (Lesotho 1992–95)
(Buy this book)
2004

2004 Award Winner
Gilbert & Garbo In Love:
A Romance in Poems

by Christopher Conlon
     (Botswana 1988–90)
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2003

2003 Award Winner
Nomadic Foundations
by Sandra Meek
     (Botswana 1989–91)
(Buy this book)
2002

2002 Award Winner
I Want This World
by Margaret Szumowski
     (Zaire 1973–74, Ethiopia 1974–75)
(Buy this book)

2001
 The Cartographer's Tongue
2001 Award Winner
The Cartographer’s Tongue:
Poems of the World

by Susan Rich
     (Niger 1984–86)
(Buy this book)

2000

2000 Award Winner
The Deathbed Playboy
by Philip Dacey
     (Nigeria 1964–66)
(Buy this book)
1999
    None given
1998
Moments Between Cities
by John Flynn
     (Moldova 1993–95)
(Buy this book)
1997

1997 Award Winner
Easter Vigil: Poems
by Ann Neelon
     ( Senegal 1978–79)
(Buy this book)
   
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