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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 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

  • 2003 ASPS Book of the Year

    WHAT THE MOON KNOWS
    by
    SUE SCALF
    PRATTVILLE, AL

    The 2003 Book of the Year judge was Jo Ann Yeager Adkins,
    a founding officer of the Georgia State Poetry Society and editor
    of "The Reach of Song" for a number of yaers. Her prize-winning
    chapbook, "A Far Garden," was published by Georgia State Poetry
    Society in 1992. She is at present the managing editor of "The
    Chattahoochee Review," the literary magazine of Georgia Perimeter
    College in Athens.

    Adkins said of Sue Scalf's book: "There is a richness and a mix that
    evokes time lost and provides us with one last chance to recapture
    things of great value. This poet brings the reader a little closer in, shares
    more intimately, whether it be simply one fallen leaf or all of the leaves
    of an autumn in full swing."

    She added that she was particularly moved by "Orion: For my Father,"
    which she stated was a truly fine poem.



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