Maine poet to be honored for giving voice to refugees, disabled and homeless

Back to Constance H. Carlson Public Humanities Prize

Originally published in the Bangor Daily News on February 15, 2017

By Beth Brogan, Staff Writer

“In March, the Maine Humanities Council will honor Lawless, 65, for decades contributing to public humanities — bringing poetry and voice to refugee communities, veterans and developmentally disabled adults, among others — and bestow on him the 2017 Constance H. Carlson Public Humanities Prize.”

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