Louis Johnson (poet)

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Louis Johnson

Louis Albert Johnson (27 September 1924 Feilding, New Zealand — 1 November 1988) was a New Zealand poet.

Life[edit]

He graduated from Wellington Teachers’ Training College. From 1968 to 1980, Johnson lived overseas and traveled widely, with an extended stay in Papua New Guinea.[1]

Johnson worked as a schoolteacher, journalist, and editor of several publications, including the New Zealand Poetry Yearbook (1951–64),[2] Numbers (1954–60), and Antipodes New Writing (1987).[3][4]

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