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Poetry Sunday: Mark Halliday

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Mark Halliday  reads his poem "Wide Receiver."

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Mark Halliday (born 1949 in Ann Arbor, Michigan)  is a noted American poet, professor and critic. He is author of six collections of poetry, most recently “Thresherphobe” (University of Chicago Press, 2013) and Keep This Forever (Tupelo Press, 2008). His honors include serving as the 1994 poet in residence at The Frost Place, inclusion in several annual editions of The Best American Poetry series and of the Pushcart Prize anthology, receiving a 2006 Guggenheim Fellowship, and winning the 2001 Rome Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.