By Paul Zimmer
Paul Zimmer is a miles commemorated and extensively released poet and essayist, the writer of 8 volumes of poetry. His paintings has bought awards from the yankee Institute of Arts and Letters and been chosen for the nationwide Poetry sequence. He used to be a finalist within the essay class for the 1998 nationwide journal Award, and for the prior years works through him were chosen as extraordinary Essays within the most sensible American Essays sequence. Zimmer lives on a farm close to infantrymen Grove, Wisconsin, and spends a part of every year within the south of France.
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