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In 2010, the idea to give away TWO free poetry books came to me by way of Karen Maezen Miller and Kelli Russell Agodon in celebration of National Poetry Month.

Last year, I gave away my book (Midnight Voices) and Pablo Neruda’s Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair.

This year, I am giving away the following two books:

Midnight Voices by me. I publish 32 Poems Magazine and have had poems appear in New South, The Georgia Review, and other places. You can learn more about my background at my poetry website. If you win, I will sign the book for you and send it to you for Zero Dollars.

Midnight Voices by Deborah Ager

Midnight Voices by Deborah Ager

The second book is Mortal Geography by Alexandra Teague. This book is one of my favorite contemporary collections. I will be sad to part with it, and I will buy another to replace it. Please feel welcome to read this sample poem or this poem, which appeared in 32 Poems Magazine.

Remember to leave your name in the comments to enter this contest. I will choose a winner toward the end of April and mail out the two books in early May.

Get more information on Kelli Russell Agodon’s Blog.

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During National Poetry Month, I accepted entries to win one of two poetry books.

I’m pleased to announce that Dan Johnson won a copy of my very own Midnight Voices.

Shelly Holder won a copy of Pablo Neruda’s Twenty Love Songs and a Poem of Despair.

Please email your address to deborah (at) 32poems [.] com.

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Please visit the 2011 giveaway page. Karen Maezen Miller and Kelli Russell Agodon gave me the idea to give away TWO books in celebration of National Poetry Month. It’s hard to give away books I like. That’s part of the reason I want to do it. The Skinny on the Free Book Giveaway I will […]

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