Carol Muske-Dukes

author, 'Saving St. Germ'

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Poet Laureate of California (November, 2008); poet, novelist and essayist; 2003 finalist for the National Book Award; regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times Book Review and New York Times Book Review; Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Southern California

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