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Michael Braude Award for Light Verse

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The Michael Braude Award for Light Verse is a biennial award given for light verse in the English language, regardless of the author's nationality. It is presented by the American Academy of Arts and Letters and is accompanied by a $5,000 payment. Mrs. Lillian Braude established the award in memory of her husband, Michael Braude, in 1987.

Recipients to date

  • 2012: Roger Angell
  • 2008: Christopher Reid
  • 2006: John Fuller
  • 2004: R. S. Gwynn
  • 2002: Henry Taylor
  • 1999: Thomas M. Disch
  • 1997: Robert Conquest
  • 1995: Wendy Cope
  • 1993: Turner Cassity
  • 1991: Gavin Ewart
  • 1989: X. J. Kennedy
  • References

    Michael Braude Award for Light Verse Wikipedia


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