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MFA in Writing Student Publishes Poetry Chapbook

Posted on 2019-03-19 in News, MFA in Writing News

Taidgh Lynch

Taidgh Lynch, a student in the MFA in Writing, proudly displays his new poetry chapbook, First Lift Here and Other Poems, published by Saskatoon's Jack Pine Press. Taidgh is from Ireland and is completing his poetry thesis this semester.

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