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  • 2002 ASPS Poet Of The Year
  • 2001 ASPS Book Of The Year
  • 2003 ASPS Poet of the Year
  • 2002 ASPS Book of the Year
  • 2004 ASPS Poet of the Year
  • 2003 ASPS Book of the Year
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  • 2013 ASPS Fall Contest winners
  • 2014 ASPS Spring Contest winners
  • 2013 ASPS Book of the Year
  • 2014 ASPS Fall Contest winners
  • 2015 ASPS Spring Contest winners
  • 2015 Morris Memorial Chapbook Competition winner
  • 2009 ASPS Poet of the Year
  • 2011 ASPS Poet of the Year
  • 2014 ASPS Poet of the Year
  • 2015 ASPS Fall Contest Winners-Congrats to all our winners and all who part
  • 2015 ASPS Poet of the Year
  • 2016 ASPS Spring Contest Winners
  • 2016 ASPS Fall Contest Winners

  • 2004 ASPS Poet of the Year

    2004 POET OF THE YEAR
    DEBBIE W. PARVIN
    MONTGOMERY, AL

    Debbie Parvin (ASPS president) has been a member of ASPS for a decade, and she's held just about every office except treasurer, which is good since she swears that after she counts to ten on her fingers, she has to take off her shoes to continue.

    Here are ten things that you probably never knew about Debbie:
    1) Her two "children" are cats, Wheatfield and Cee-Cee.
    2) She served the deaf community for 16 years as an educator and interpreter.
    3) She's a vegetarian.
    4) She's eaten at least one of every kind of sweet that is made by Panera Bread Company (no kidding).
    5) She hugged Gloria Steinem on Steinem's 69th birthday.
    6) She has more Halloween than Christmas decorations (pretty scary).
    7) Coffee flows in her veins.
    8) She's a moon and star watcher.
    9) She doesn't watch TV so don't ask "Did you see the program about? . . ."
    (The answer will be "no").
    10) Along with The Lorax, she speaks for the trees.
    She'd give you a number eleven, but she'd be taking off those shoes!

    We're going to miss Debbie when she moves to Virginia!



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