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I'm sure TSE was on a stamp.  Maybe 13 years ago or so (for the 100 year
since his birth thing?).  If I remember it right, my lit prof sent me a
Christmas card with that stamp.

Robert

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	J. Blessinger [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
	Sent:	Wednesday, March 07, 2001 11:20 AM
	To:	[log in to unmask]
	Subject:	poets and stamps

	I've been away on spring break, so I hope this hasn't already been
posted, 
	but the Acadamy of American Poets is accepting nominations for poets
who 
	should be honored on a stamp.  Eliot is not on the list, but one can
write 
	him in.  I did today and it said they would "review" the nomination
before 
	posting it.  Perhaps he's been disqualified because of the old 
	American/British arguement.  Odd, I'd only heard people argue one
way or the 
	other because they desired the association.  But who knows, I could
be 
	presuming too much.  Anyone interested in voting (and I think you
can 
	nominate more than one poet) should visit:
	http://www.poets.org/npm/nominations/vote.cfm

	Best of luck, and if all else fails, go Stevens and Williams!

	-Justin


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