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One poem by George Bandy



George Bandy's publications include War, Literature & the Arts (USAF), New Millennium Writings, Subprimal Art Poetry, Blue Unicorn, The Saturday Evening Post, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Neologisms Poetry Journal, and forthcoming in The Southern Poetry Anthology: Vol. IX, Virginia. His poem 'Return from War' won the Hart Crane Memorial Poetry Award and was published in Icon.

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