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Day 23: Poetry Magazine, Vol. 200 No. 1. It's National Poetry Month inThis Copy.

Day 23 in #BookSpine365. Visit a title a day from my bookshelf.

"How do I feel about people who do not understand my poetry? I understand them."
~ Vera Pavlova

So, every April is American poetry month. Poetry magazine goes all out in this 2012 issue and delivers a stunning copy of 100 years of poetry to celebrate. We have well known poets such as Gwendolyn Brooks, Clive James, and Gerald Stern---but other contemporary poets leading back from a century ago. The cover art "Pegasus" (2011) is by Milton Glaser.
Poetry magazine is a monthly periodical, and this is Volume 200, Number 1. Poetry magazine, founded by Harriet Monroe in 1912 is the publication of the Poetry Foundation. The soft bound edition is printed via Cadmus Professional Communications, located in the US. Inside the copy lies a half title page, table of contents, index of contributers, promos of related books/authors, backpage(monthly feature of artifacts from the last 100 years of poetry), two poems on inside cover, both colored. Titled spine.

-brrivera


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