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Summer Celestial
 
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Stanley Plumly
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Summer Celestial (American Poetry Series)

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Published July 28th 2000 by Ecco Press (first published 1983)
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On May 23, 1939, Stanley Plumly was born to Herman and Esther Plumly in Barnesville, Ohio. Following Stanley's birth, the family moved from farm work to carpentry jobs and back to farm work in Virginia and Ohio. Plumly graduated from Wilmington College, a small work-study school in Ohio, in 1962. While he was in college, his writing talents were recognized and encouraged by the playwright-poet-tea ...more