Cecil Hemley Memorial Award

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The Cecil Hemley Memorial Award is given once a year to a member of the Poetry Society of America "for a lyric poem that addresses a philosophical or epistemological concern."[1][1]

The award was established by Jack Stadler, the former Treasurer of the PSA, and his late wife, Ralynne Stadler. Cecil Hemley was a poet and a translator from the Yiddish.[2][3]

Each winner receives a $500 prize.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c [1]"PSA Annual Awards Guidelines" Web page at the Web site of the Poetry Society of America, accessed December18, 2006
  2. ^ Singer, Isaac Bashevis (1995) Isaac Bashevis Singer, three complete novels; [translated from the Yiddish by the author and Cecil Hemley]. New York: Wings Books
  3. ^ Hemley, Cecil (1967) Dimensions of Midnight; poetry & prose; edited by Elaine Gottlieb. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press

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