Edited by Gilbert Allen and William Rogers
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A MILLENNIAL SAMPLER OF SOUTH CAROLINA POETRY
A Millennial Sampler of South Carolina Poetry was published in 2005. Edited by Gilbert Allen and William Rogers, the anthology includes an introduction by Gilbert Allen. Forty-six South Carolina poets are represented in the collection. All of these poets had continuously lived and/or worked in South Carolina since January 1, 2000—hence the title of the collection. The anthology aims to represent all South Carolinians: male and female, black and white, rural and urban, academic and non-academic, young and old. The poems in the book represent many different subjects, styles, and tones.
These are the poets represented in A Millennial Sampler:
William Aarnes, Gilbert Allen, Paul Allen, Ken Autrey, Jan Bailey, Frederick W. Bassett, Claire Bateman, Alice Cabaniss, Wayne Cox, Phebe Davidson, Kwame Dawes, Skip Eisiminger, Gene Fehler, Linda Annas Ferguson, Starkey Flythe, Keller Cushing Freeman, Vera Gómez, Aly Goodwin, Linda Lee Harper, Ellen E. Hyatt, Sue Lile Inman, Thomas L. Johnson, Angela Kelly, John Lane, Susan Ludvigson, Ed Madden, Joel McCollough, Terri McCord, Ray McManus, Susan Meyers, Ronald Moran, Rick Mulkey, Horace Mungin, Eugene Platt, Ron Rash, Alex Richardson, Kimberly Jane Simms, Warren Slesinger, Brian Slusher, Laura Stamps, Nancy Dew Taylor, Sheila Tombe, Deno Trakas, Ryan G. Van Cleave, Ceille Baird Welch, Marjory Wentworth.