Pamela Stewart

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Pamela Stewart (born 1945 South Hadley, Massachusetts) is an American poet.

She graduated from Goddard College with a BA, and from the University of Iowa with a MFA.[1] Her work appeared in Seneca Review,[2] and Calyx.[3]

She married Ed Cothey in 1983; they lived in Cornwall, and live in Hawley, Massachusetts.[4]

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  • Strong measures: contemporary American poetry in traditional forms, Editors Philip Dacey, David Jauss, Harper & Row, 1986, ISBN 978-0-06-041471-9

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