"The Tradition" Poet Considers Libraries to Be Where He Got His Start

June 12th, 2020

"The Tradition" Poet Considers Libraries to Be Where He Got His Start

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The Library impacts individuals every day in big and small ways. Jericho Brown placed 2nd in a New Orleans Public Library poetry contest. Now he's a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet. Read his story here.

Has the Library made an impact in your life? Tell us how at impact@nolalibrary.org.

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