Courtesy . Laurel Blosom
Laurel Blossom (born 1943) is an
Blossom lives in
Her poetry has been
anthologized in 180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Every Day, and published in national magazines including , and Poetry, Pequod, The American Poetry Review, The Paris Review, Pleiades, Harper's, the Southern Poetry Review Ocean State Review.
In 2015, Blossom was appointed the first
Poet laureate of Edgefield, South Carolina, for a 2-year term.
What's Wrong: Poems. Cleveland, OH: Cobham & Hatherton Press, for the Rowfant Club, 1987.
Any Minute: Poems. Santa Cruz, CA: Greenhouse Review Press, 1979.
The Papers Said. Santa Cruz, CA: Greenhouse Review Press, 1993.
Wednesday: New and selected poems. Roseville, MI: Writers Voice / Ridgeway Press, 2004.
Degrees of Latitude: A poem. New York: Four Way Books, 2007.
Longevity: A poem. Tribeca, NY: Four Way Books, 2015.
Splash! Great writing about swimming. Hopewell, NJ: Ecco Press, 1996.
Many Lights in Many Windows: Twenty years of great fiction and poetry from the Writers Community. Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions, 1997.
Lovely Village of the Hills: 20th-century Edgefield poetry. Edgefield, SC: Edgefield County Historical Society, 2006.
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