Edwin E. Smith
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Edwin E. Smith (born in 1968) is an American poet.
Little Rock 2005, a sequence of 500 haiku, won Bronze Medal in 2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards. He is a distinctively Southern poet though not in keeping with the traditions of the Southern Gothic school. Rather his work, chiefly lyrical poems, applies many of the lessons of his pastoral ancestors to more citified locations.
- As cited in the about the author page of One Stranger to Another.
- Independent Publisher Book Awards, Little Rock, 2005