Laure-Anne Bosselaar

Santa Barbara Poet Laureate

Santa Barbara Poet Laureate

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With great novelists like TC Boyle, Sue Grafton and Ross McDonald, Santa Barbara is well known for its fiction writers.

Santa Barbara crowns a new poet laureate

With great novelists like TC Boyle, Sue Grafton and Ross McDonald, Santa Barbara is well known for its fiction writers.

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