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Biography Alfred A. Poulin, Jr.

Alfred A. Poulin, Jr. (A. Poulin) was born in Lisbon, Maine, in 1938. He authored four poetry collections and three translations, including The Nameless Garden (1978), Momentary Order (1987), and Cave Dwellers: Poems (1991). He translated Selected Poems (1988) and Day Has No Equal But Night (1994) by Anne Hébert from French to English. He taught at the State University of New York at Brockport, and in 1976 he founded the literary publishing house BOA Editions, which now awards the A. Poulin Jr. Poetry Prize to newly published poets. Poulin died in 1996.

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Selected Works at the Library of Congress