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Interview with poet, Dr. Tony Medina

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Tony Medina, two-time winner of The Paterson Prize for Books for Young People, is the author/editor of sixteen books for adults and young readers, the most recent of which are I and I, Bob Marley; My Old Man Was Always on the Lam (2011 Paterson Poetry Prize Finalist); Broke on Ice; An Onion of Wars; and The President Looks Like Me and Other Poems (Just Us Books).

He divides his time between his New York City hometown and the Washington, DC, metropolitan area where he is the first-ever Professor of Creative Writing at Howard University.

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