Russell Loines Award for Poetry

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Russell Loines Award for Poetry was a poetry award by the American Academy of Arts and Letters of $1000.[1]

Year Winner Title
1983 Geoffrey Hill The Mystery of the Charity of Charles Péguy
1981 Ben Belitt
1976 Mona Van Duyn To See, To Take
1974 Philip Larkin High Windows
1972 William Jay Smith The Tin Can and Other Poems.
1970 Robert Hayden Words in the Mourning Time: Poems by Robert Hayden
1968 Anthony Hecht The Hard Hours
1966 William Meredith The Wreck of the Thresher and Other Poems
1964 John Berryman 77 Dream Songs
1962 Ivor Armstrong Richards
1960 Abbie Huston Evans Fact of Crystal.
1958 Robert Graves The Poems of Robert Graves
1957 Edwin Muir One foot in Eden
1956 John Betjeman Poems In The Porch
1954 David Jones The Anathemata
1951 John Crowe Ransom Selected Poems
1948 William Carlos Williams Paterson
1942 Horace Gregory Poems, 1930-1940.
1939 Joy Davidman Letter to a Comrade.
1933 Edward Doro The Boar and Shibboleth: with other poems
1931 Robert Frost Collected Poems [2]


  1. ^ Famous Literary Prizes and Their Winners, Bessie Graham, READ BOOKS, 2007, ISBN 978-1-4067-0491-4
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-09-11. Retrieved 2010-07-12.