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Janis Harrington

Genre: Poetry
(click to enlarge) Photo Credit: Daniel Turbert Photography

Janis Harrington’s first book, Waiting for the Hurricane, won the Lena M. Shull Book Award from the North Carolina Poetry Society. Her poems have appeared in journals and anthologies, including: Tar River Poetry, Journal of the American Medical Association, North Carolina Literary Review, and Beyond Forgetting: Poetry and Prose about Alzheimer’s Disease. She was the runner-up for the White Pine Press Poetry Prize 2020 and a finalist for the 2021 James Applewhite Poetry Prize and the 2022 Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition. After living in Switzerland for many years, she and her husband returned to Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  How to Cut a Woman in Half was a finalist for the 2020 Able Muse Book Award.

Books by This Author: 
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How to Cut a Woman in Half - Poems
By Janis Harrington
How to Cut a Woman in Half - Poems by Janis Harrington

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