UW-Green Bay Prof. Denise Sweet of Humanistic Studies and First Nations Studies held the title from 2004-08, and before that it was Ellen Kort of Appleton, who occasionally taught poetry courses here. So, it must be time for UW-Green Bay to reclaim its crown as home of champions. We call your attention to the announcement that the Wisconsin Poet Laureate Commission, in partnership with the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, is seeking applications for the new 2015–2016 Wisconsin Poet Laureate. Beginning August 18, 2014, applications are welcome from individual poets who are seeking appointment to the two-year term, or from those making nominations. The deadline is Oct. 18. Application instructions and additional information are available at www.wisconsinacademy.org/newpl.
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