Voices outside the mainstream share their stories at Portland poetry reading

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Originally published on March 25, 2018 by Portland Press Herald

By Bob Keyes, Staff Writer

“Gary Lawless, a poet, owner of Gulf of Maine Books in Brunswick and hero of the humanities, will host the event with poets whose work he has featured in “Notes from an Open Book,” a monthly e-newsletter of the Maine Humanities Council. Lawless received the council’s Constance H. Carlson Public Humanities Prize for 2017, winning for the zeal with which he works to raise voices and empower all people with poetry.”

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