Largay (Michael) Collection

Introduction about Michael Largay

Full name: Michael William Largay 

Occupation: writer

Michael Largay was born into a family of printers on February 5, 1911 in New Hampshire. He is a talented person, he won famous contest and prize such as Winner of the first prize in the public speaking contest in the Cyrus W. Irish auditorium, World Of Poetry Contest - Award of Merit Certificate. He had some of his poems published in New York Times, Los Angeles Times and the Herald-Examier. Michael Largay, Jack Kerouac, and other writters associated with Alentour - A national magazine of poetry. He was the editor and publisher of this magazine.

Michael Largay died on April 20, 1991 in California. During his life, he contributed a lot of poems to the treasure of Lowell, Massachusetts. "He died in Southern California in 1991, leaving a modest legacy in New England that has been all but forgotten" (Alentour: One of The Lost 'little Magazine' ). Beside that, he also took part in changing the perception of people about literature at that time.  

Records

Article about Michael Largay

Re-elected Head of Writers Workshop

THE LOWELL SUN TUESDAY DECEMBER' S1030 , page 5

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