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Book of Poetry by Creative Writing Faculty Member Timons Esaias Wins Award

Cover of poetry book titled "Why Elephants No Longer Communicate in Greek"“Why Elephants No Longer Communicate in Greek,” a book of poetry by Pittsburgh author and Seton Hill faculty member Timons Esaias, has received the Concrete Wolf Louis Award. In addition to poetry, Timons writes short fiction, satire and essays. His work has appeared in nineteen languages, so far.