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Poet's legacy lives on in West Acton

Award continues as memorial to Robert Creeley

By Donna Novak
Globe Correspondent / May 1, 2005

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Robert Creeley, who grew up in West Acton, had a distinguished career in poetry, publishing more than 60 books of verse, and more than a dozen books of prose. To honor those achievements, the Robert Creeley Award is given annually to an accomplished poet, and a poetry reading is held to honor the winner. (Full article: 861 words)

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