The Poet and the Poem
Featured Hiram Larew
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During his career, Larew guided US Government food security programs. His most recent collection of poems, Patchy Ways, was just released by CyberWit Press (2023). His poems have appeared in recent issues of Poetry South, Iowa Review, Poetry Scotland, and Contemporary American Voices, and have received the Louisiana Literature Prize, the washington review poetry blue ribbon, and four nominations for national Pushcart awards. He's received support from Arts Councils as well as the United Nations for his Poetry X Hunger, an initiative that is bringing the world of poets to the anti-hunger cause. And, he founded the Voices of Woodlawn, a powerful program of poetry, music and art that explores America's tragic history and legacy of slavery. Larew is a Courtesy Faculty at five U. S. universities. He lives in Maryland, USA.