Aram Saroyan

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Aram Saroyan's Door to the River: Essays and Reviews from the 1960s into the Digital Age was published in 2010 by Black Sparrow/Godine. He made his debut as a writer with six poems and a review of Robert Creeley's novel The Island in the April 1964 issue of Poetry magazine. Saroyan's Complete Minimal Poems received the 2008 William Carlos Williams Award from the Poetry Society of America. He lives in Los Angeles.

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Aram Saroyan

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Aram Saroyan's Door to the River: Essays and Reviews from the 1960s into the Digital Age was published in 2010 by Black Sparrow/Godine. He made his debut as a writer with six poems and a review of Robert Creeley's novel The Island in the April 1964 issue of Poetry magazine. Saroyan's Complete Minimal Poems received the 2008 William Carlos Williams Award from the Poetry Society of America. He lives in Los Angeles.

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