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Harmony Holiday

Harmony Holiday is author of Go find Your Father/A Famous Blues and Negro League Baseball.

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Andrew Ridker, Cathy Park Hong, Rae Armantrout, John Ashbery, Robert Pinsky, Charles Bernstein, Harmony Holiday, Noelle Kocot, Richard Greenfield, Maureen N. McLane, Amy King, Jennifer Kronovet, Jessica Baran

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Harmony Holiday

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