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Poets, yes, but these two adept at spreading the words

By Ellen Steinbaum
Globe Correspondent / March 5, 2006

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On April 8 and 9, when the sixth annual Boston Poetry Festival is held at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square, it will reflect the vision of one poet, Harris Gardner. And, each week when Somerville Community Access Television airs the program Poet to Poet/Writer to Writer, another poet, Doug Holder, brings the written word to a television audience. (Full article: 576 words)

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