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100 Years, 100 Poems: the Centennial for Poetry Magazine

Clip: 12/24/2012 | 7m 56s

"Print the best poetry written today, in whatever style, genre or approach." Those were the ambitious words written 100 years ago by Harriet Monroe when she founded Poetry, now the oldest monthly journal devoted to verse. Jeffrey Brown speaks with the magazine's editor, poet Christian Wiman, about a new anniversary collection.

Aired: 12/24/12

Rating: NR

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